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Most dominant long-term record ever?

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12/7/2012 10:30:46 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
The Packers have dominated the sh!t out of the Detroit Lions for the past two decades. The Lions are coming to Green Bay Sunday as perhaps the biggest long-term underdogs in history. Here are the Pack's stats against them:

- 21 straight home game wins (last loss was the 1991 season). This is the longest streak of consecutive road losses to one team in NFL history.

- The Packers have 10 consecutive NFC North wins, the longest current divisional streak in the NFL (11 if you lump in playoffs)

- Coach McCarthy is 12-1 against the Lions in his tenure.

- The Packers are 19-6 all-time in Sunday night games, the best Sunday night winning percentage in the NFL.

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12/8/2012 12:45:08 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
So? The Lions have also sucked a great deal in recent years... One of the many reasons why the Green Bay/ Chicago rivalry is bigger and better :) I'll be rooting for Detroit for obvious reasons!
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