Detroit Lions shutout Packers for first time since 1973

Detroit Lions shutout Packers for first time since 1973

Detroit Lions shutout Packers for first time since 1973

The Detroit Lions might not have anything to play for Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, but they did run one of the more surprising plays of the season.

McAfee has always been known for his contagious personality when he was celebrating punts and huge tackles on the field. He has not just limited himself to football, as he signed a multi-year contract with wrestling juggernaut WWE earlier this year, serving as a co-host for the company's NXT TakeOvershows.

It was Prater's first-ever touchdown pass and the first time he has thrown a pass since the 2012 season.

Zenner finished with 93 yards on 21 carries.

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Even Prater got into the act after taking a direct snap during a field-goal attempt, looking left and finding an open Levine Toilolo for an 8-yard touchdown and a 14-0 lead with 10:36 left in the second quarter. The final score was 31-0.

Rodgers finishes the season with 4,416 passing yard with 25 touchdowns and two interceptions and a 97.8 passer rating.

The Packers were also without receiver Davante Adams, who missed practice this week with a knee injury.

Green Bay's disappointing 2018 is officially over.

DeShone Kizer entered the game as Rodgers's replacement.

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