The Detroit Lions hold a 14-10 lead over the Green Bay Packers at halftime Sunday night. Detroit is trying to pick up its third road win of the season and end a four-game losing streak.
The Lions jumped out to a 14-0 lead on Green Bay thanks to a Matthew Stafford touchdown run and a Stafford touchdown pass to Tony Scheffler. Green Bay answered with a field goal, and the defense provided the Packers' lone touchdown so far on a fumble recovery returned for a score by defensive end Mike Daniels.
Detroit's defense limited Green Bay to fewer than 100 total yards of offense over the first two quarters, and the Packers have just four first downs. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is 5-8 passing for 61 yards.
The Lions piled up more than 200 yards of offense in the half, including 114 passing yards from Stafford, who completed 13 of 16 pass attempts.