- Kevin Seifert, NFL Nation
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DETROIT -- The Green Bay Packers have intercepted Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford twice and defensed a half-dozen other passes, depending on how tough of a grader you are. But a risky and ultimately failed attempt at a third interception just helped the Lions take a lead here at Ford Field.
Safety Morgan Burnett stepped in front of receiver Calvin Johnson but missed Stafford's throw at the 3-yard line. Johnson snatched it out of the air, turned, and scored on a 25-yard play. The Lions now lead 17-14 with two minutes, 56 seconds remaining in the third quarter.
Earlier, Stafford missed Johnson on two potential scoring plays. This time, they connected.
Look for our Rapid Reaction post shortly after the game.