Rodgers fine, sits 2nd half, top seed Packers lose to Lions
By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer
DETROIT (AP) — Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes in the first half and sat out the second half with nothing at stake as the Detroit Lions beat the Green Bay Packers 37-30.
Jordan Love threw two interceptions late in the game, sealing a defeat that doesn't affect Green Bay's playoff positioning.
The NFC North champion Packers rolled into the Motor City after already clinching the conference's No. 1 seed and its only first-round bye.
Rodgers was 14 of 18 for 138 yards. The Lions closed coach Dan Campbell's first season with plenty of pride and trick plays.