To start the game, the Packers go with a surprise on-side kick and they recover it to steel a possession.
The Lions concluded their season with a record of 9-7 while the Packers wrapped up their campaign with a 7-9 mark.
Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray (25) rushes during the first half of an NFL football game against the Detroit Lions, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, in Detroit. The Packers have three giveaways in the first half, including two in the red zone.
Stafford threw a go-ahead, 54-yard pass to Kenny Golladay.
Tate led the way with seven catches for 104 yards and a score.
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The Lions rallied to pull within four points early in the fourth quarter on Matthew Stafford's second TD pass to Marvin Jones. Randall Cobb scored the only touchdown of the afternoon for Green Bay, and caught a pass on the next play to complete a 2-point try. Without Aaron Rodgers for much of the season, Allison's big-play ability that he flashed in 2016 was of no use to Brett Hundley, even when Allison was given playing time due to injuries. He was replaced for the game's final drive by rookie Joe Callahan.
Stafford was 20 of 29 for 323 yards without a turnover.
Im here to answer questions about the game, so lets not waste each others time, he said.
The disappointing season for Ha Ha Clinton-Dix didn't get a break in Week 17.
Lions: Stafford, with a lot of tape covering his right cleat, stayed in the game after hurting his right ankle on his second touchdown when DT Tom Johnson fell on him.