- Kevin Seifert, NFL Nation
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Charles Woodson's 48-yard return of an interception gave the Packers a 28-14 lead early in the quarter, but it's been tough sledding since then for the Packers. The Lions have closed the gap to 28-20 and have the ball near midfield as the fourth quarter begins. Through three quarters, the Lions (29:23) have more than twice the time of possession as the Packers (13:37).
This is shaping up to be a more interesting finish than it looked like it might. Hang on, and we'll be back shortly after the game.