We’re almost to the end of the 2018 season. Just one game remains for the Green Bay Packers this year, and that contest begins now.
It’s the Packers at 6-8-1 and the Detroit Lions at 5-10 squaring off today at Lambeau Field as both teams’ seasons will come to a close. A few records are within reach for Packers players today, starting with wide receiver Davante Adams. He needs two receptions and 134 yards to set the Packers single-season records for catches and receiving yards, respectively. Meanwhile, 227 yards is all Aaron Rodgers needs to set a career high in passing yards in a single season.
The two teams met earlier this season, with Detroit earning a victory at Ford Field. Green Bay gained a whopping 521 yards of offense in that contest, but three turnovers and four missed field goals by Mason Crosby doomed them in a 31-23 loss.
Tune in and join us here for the first half of today’s game.