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Zac Snyder, the editor over at the Fansided site, SideLion Report, took time out of his busy schedule this week to answer some questions thrown his way about the Packers vs. Lions throwdown in Detroit Thanksgiving Day.
The Lions have a 33-79 record entering their Thanksgiving game since 2001, but that does not mean you have to go back to the days of Bobby Layne to find a time when they were relevant.
Preseason games don’t usually mean much, but the Lions hope the gameplan they followed against one of the league’s best quarterbacks back in August (Tom Brady) will help them beat another (Aaron Rodgers) on Thursday.
The 60-second TV ad makes its debut tomorrow during the Thanksgiving Day football game between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers.
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Topics: Aaron Rodgers, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Thanksgiving