By beating the Detroit Lions. Again.
In doing so, the Packers became the first team to complete a sweep of the NFC North division (which has only existed since 2002), and extended their Lambeau Field Lions-humiliation streak to 21 straight games. The last time the Lions won a game at Lambeau was December 15th, 1991, when Don Majkowski was the quarterback. It was Brett Favre’s rookie year (he was with the Falcons) and Tony Mandarich’s third and final year in Green Bay. Remember him?
Matt Flynn, who was 6 years old on 12-15-1991, did an OK job filling in for the resting Aaron Rodgers. Flynn played the entire game, completing 70% of his passes for 480 yards and 6 touchdowns. The latter two numbers are both Packers franchise records.
Matt is in the final year of his contract, making him a free agent at the end of this season. I would like to be the first to congratulate whichever team signs him.