5 bold predictions for the Lions vs. Packers matchup in Week 2

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Aaron Rodgers Goes Off Once Again

All eyes will be on Rodgers and the Packers’ passing game once again this week. After a huge performance against the Vikings, the Lions are going to suffer the same fate.

Rodgers is out to prove a point this season. He heard criticism all offseason long and also saw the Packers trade up in the first round of the NFL Draft to select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. Beginning the season with back-to-back MVP-caliber performances is a good way to shut the negative up.

Detroit has a fairly weak secondary as well, which bodes well for Rodgers. He will end up throwing for 350 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.

The Packers are going to dominate the Lions in the passing game. Rodgers is back to his old self and will not slow down in Week 2. Green Bay fans are going to love what they see from their superstar quarterback this week.

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  1. How many of those 35 Packer points come from good and non controversial calls, and how many points need to be added to the 21 for bad calls that are about to happen?

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