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Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have absolutely nothing to play for at home against the division-rival Detroit Lions outside of pride on Sunday afternoon.

About that pride. Green Bay didn’t show much of it in the first half against Detroit. Dealing with an injury to Rodgers, the Packers found themselves down 21-0 at halftime. How bad was it? Well, the Lions outgained Green Bay 261-67 in the first two quarters.

Needless to say, Twitter had a lot to say about the Pack tanking this game.