Packers rally, keep hot streak going
DETROIT — The Packers are winning again and aren't concerned about how they look doing it.
Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdowns, including a 22-yarder to Randall Cobb with 1:55 left, as Green Bay pulled out its fifth straight victory.
The Packers moved within a half-game of Chicago, which plays tonight at San Francisco, for first in the NFC North.
"Early on, we were trying to find the identity we had last year when we had an attitude that no one could stop us coming off our Super Bowl," receiver Donald Driver said. "Now, we got our groove back and we're ready to roll."
Cobb had nine catches for 74 yards and the game-winning TD, a twisting grab in the end zone on a lofted pass across the field.
"We just buckled," Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy said. "Even that last touchdown late in the game, we had a chance to make a play on it, we just didn't make the play."