2020 Week 2: Packers vs. Lions
The Packers threw a wrinkle at Matt Patricia’s heavy man coverage defense by going empty, even with big personnel, and forcing every Lion to cover in space. Green Bay had Detroit grasping at a lot of air.
Jones was on the field for just eight snaps where he wasn’t targeted or getting the ball on a handoff.
After going down 14-3, the Packers went on a 31-0 run to break the game open and hold off the Lions in the home opener that once again showcased the offense’s Year 2 leap.
The Packers have lost two significant contributors late in their Week 2 game.
The Packers could be extra thin at wide receiver for the rest of their Week 2 game.
The Packers have a solid batch of linemen for today's game but will not have their rookie tight end.
In part two of our chat with Pride of Detroit’s Mike Payton, we take a look at how the Lions defense matches up with the Packers.
The Packers will be without Kenny Clark for their Week 2 matchup with the Detroit Lions.
Head coach Matt LaFleur confirmed the Pro Bowler’s status on Friday afternoon.
SB Nation’s Jeremy Reisman brings Packers fans up to speed on the 2020 Detroit Lions.
The Lions lost a heartbreaker last week, but before they did, they showed why they’re dangerous.
Acme Packing Company chats with Pride of Detroit’s Mike Payton to get a perspective on how the Lions look before their Week 2 matchup with the Packers.
Green Bay had all of its offensive linemen (except Lane Taylor) working in at least some capacity during Wednesday’s practice.
The Packers’ wideouts ate up a young, inexperienced secondary in week one and may have a tantalizing matchup again in week two.