Mason Crosby’s chip-shot 23-yard field goal as time expired gave the Green Bay Packers a 23-22 win over the Detroit Lions in Monday Night Football action at Lambeau Field.
After the ball sailed through the uprights, Crosby took a Lambeau Leap, the first of his 13-year career. Or perhaps it could be called a Lambeau Lift as Crosby needed help from a teammate to climb into the stands.
Playing once again without injured wide receiver Davante Adams (turf toe), Aaron Rodgers completed 24 of 39 for 283 yards and two touchdowns. The second of those two touchdowns went to Allen Lazard, good for the first touchdown catch in his brief two-year career. [Read more…]