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Mike McCarthy's decision making at the end of the Lions game were the least of his problems yesterday.

Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins indicated he may be done for the year.

Tramon Williams had another fantastic game, and the offensive line fared poorly. But who else received our weekly distinctions from the Packers' 7-3 loss to the Lions?

Join the largest community of Packer Fans in the World as we discuss the Packers loss to the Lions by a score of 7 to 4.

Linebacker Desmond Bishop and safety Charlie Peprah will be ringing bells for the Salvation Army this upcoming Monday at Bay Park Square Mall in Ashwaubenon, Wis.

Mike McCarthy has a lot of options out of the "T Formation".

In other injury news, tackle Chad Clifton is listed as probable for Sunday's game despite suffering a concussion earlier this week.

Cornerback Charles Woodson is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions despite spraining his ankle earlier in the week.

The Lions ate up the Packers' pressure defense with a wide variety of screen passes back in October. Expect Dom Capers to adjust his defense accordingly.

Greg Jennings is surprisingly seeing a lot of single coverage. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Mike McCarthy refused to address Charles Woodson's status during his brief press conference Thursday afternoon.

Safety Atari Bigby returned to practice on Thursday for the first time since injuring his hamstring in Week 11.

Aaron Rodgers wasn't afraid to point out his teammates' mistakes this past Sunday. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Charles Woodson sprained his ankle on Wednesday while Chad Clifton suffered a concussion during Sunday's 49ers game.

Al Bracco has done a fantastic job in his examination of Clay Matthews' dwindling sack numbers.

Debunking the fallacy that there's some sort of need to run the football better or more than usual in the winter months.

New video boards and a sound system will be installed at Lambeau Field by next season. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Mike McCarthy's team did an excellent job of not taking the bait when it came to some of the 49ers post-play antics.

Relevant stats and personnel info for Sunday's matchup with the Detroit Lions.

Monty asks "Whatever Happened To Brandon Underwood?"

The Packers can still make the playoffs without beating the Giants, but the path becomes more difficult. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Head coach Mike McCarthy wouldn't say that rookie running back James Starks was at the top of the team's depth chart.

Defensive end Cullen Jenkins and fullback Korey Hall will probably miss the upcoming game against the Detroit Lions on Dec. 12.

The job Aaron Rodgers is doing over the past month is simply phenomenal. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Cullen Jenkins left the game after re-aggravating the calf injury that has been bothering him.

Driver made one of his greatest plays as a Packer - while sick and not knowing exactly what play Rodgers was running.

The question going forward: Is James Starks more like Ryan Grant or Samkon Gado?

From overcoming food poisoning to doubts about the state of his career, Donald Driver's performance on Sunday can be considered all the more impressive.

Greg Jennings fared well and Chad Clifton wasn't up to par, but who else earned our weekly distinctions in the Packers' 34-16 win over the 49ers?

Packers beat 49ers 34-16 go to 8-4.Check out the Gameday Live blog and post-game show replay with Brian Carriveau.

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