The Detroit Lions beat the Green Bay Packers for the fourth time in a row



by SEDEDIN DEDOVIC

The Detroit Lions beat the Green Bay Packers for the fourth time in a row
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The fourth week of the new NFL season has begun and some clubs are already slowly separating themselves on the ladder. We witnessed good games from some clubs that are not expected, which surely means that we will see a strong and interesting season.

Last week, the pop diva Taylor Swift overshadowed a good game in that round of the NFL league, but she certainly also popularized the sport. The Detroit Lions are off to a very good start this year. Let's remember last year that they had very good moments and good games, but the season was hard.

With some reinforcements, it seems to us that this team can achieve great results this year. It's still early, so we'll wait, but everyone who watched at least one Detroit game this year must admit that this game looks very good.

The Detroit Lions beat the Green Bay Packers 34-20 at Lambeau Field to kick off Week 4 of the NFL. Detroit took an 11:0 lead, leading by 24 at halftime, to routinely bring the match to an end. With a score of 3-1, the Lions are now first in the NFC North division, the Packers are at 2-2, while the Vikings and Bears are 0-3.

It was the fourth consecutive victory over the Packers, a short offensive post in the third quarter meant that the home team got to -10, but the Lions still routinely put the game away.

A very good game by David Montgomery, it seems that David will excel this season

Running back David Montgomery had three rushing touchdowns after missing the previous game with a hamstring problem.

Lions quarterback Jared Goff got off to a rough start and had an interception, but finished 19 of 28 for 210 yards, including one touchdown. On the other end, Jordan Love had two interceptions and completed 23 of 36 passes for 246 yards and one touchdown.

It started well for the Lions, if they continue to enter the games and play in this way, they might even mess up their biggest rivals. In the next round, the Lions play at home with the Carolina Panthers, and the Packers visit the Raiders in Las Vegas.

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