Nov 28, 2013 at 5.30pm UK at ​Ford Field
Green Bay Packers
10-40
Detroit Lions
FT
0
Q1
0
Burnett (12:33)
10
Q2
17
Ross (4:33), Bush (1:22)
0
Q3
9
Johnson (9:08)
0
Q4
14
Bell (13:06), Ogletree (4:17)

Result: Detroit Lions ease to Green Bay Packers win

The Detroit Lions hammer the Green Packers 40-10 at home in the NFL.

The Detroit Lions have registered a comfortable 40-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers at Ford Field in the NFL.

The first points of the game came in the second quarter when David Akers entered the play for the Lions and converted a 27-yard field goal attempt to give his side a 3-0 lead.

The Packers responded with a field goal of their own from Mason Crosby, who converted a 54-yard effort.

However, the visitors went ahead when Nick Perry knocked the ball out of Matthew Stafford's hands, which allowed Morgan Burnett to pick up the ball and take it short to the endzone. Crosby converted the extra point to give them a 10-3 lead.

Jeremy Ross was able to level the score against his former team by catching his first touchdown pass after he lost his linebacker to make the play, and Reggie Bush came to the hosts' rescue by securing a running touchdown into the endzone, giving them the lead for the second time in the match.

Jeremy Ross #12 of the Detroit Lions celebrates a second quarter touchdown with Matthew Stafford #9 and Nate Burleson #13 while playing the Green Bay Packers at Ford Field on November 28, 2013© Getty Images

The first half ended 17-10 to the Lions and after the interval it was all one-way traffic as Jim Schwartz's side dominated proceedings at home.

Calvin Johnson scored a touchdown with 9:08 minutes remaining in the third quarter after he caught the ball from Stafford, shrugged off two challenges and surged into the endzone.

Calvin Johnson #81 of the Detroit Lions tries to get around the tackle of Sam Shields #37 of the Green Bay Packers during the first quarter at Ford Field on November 28, 2013© Getty Images

The Lions earned two points on safety towards the end of the third quarter thanks to Ndamukong Suh's effort, before Joique Bell scored a touchdown in the early moments of the fourth.

Kevin Ogletree wrapped up the scoring for the Lions with just over four minutes left in the match with a 20-yard touchdown score, making a one-handed grab of the ball on the edge of the endzone.

Reggie Bush #21 of the Detroit Lions looks to get around the tackle of Stevan Ridley #22 of the New England Patriots during a first quarter run during a pre season game at Ford Field on August 22, 2013
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