Legendary senior writer, Packers lead blogger & NFC North columnist presents CBS Sports Packers vs Lions preview, predictions & Packers injury report.

PACKERS INJURY REPORT: Out: Linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring), Wide Receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring); Running back James Starks (knee); Defensive end C.J. Wilson (knee); & safety Charles Woodson (collardone). Guard T.J. Lang is questionable (ankle injury).

Predictions: Packers 7 points favorites & ESPN experts picked PackDetroit press [amusing lol}:

McCosky (Who?): Let's see, coming off three straight home losses, the Lions are going to march into Lambeau where they haven't won since 1991 and shock the world? Um, no. Packers 28-22. 

Katzenstein {Who?}: As the Packers are getting healthier (Clay Matthews , Greg Jennings ), the Lions keep losing bodies (Ryan Broyles , Titus Young ). Calvin Johnson will continue his impressive run, but Matthew Stafford 's new targets will struggle to create separation against a solid secondary. Packers 31-20

John (Who?): A win would end the losing streaks at Lambeau and in the division. But the Lions may have to settle for simply not embarrassing themselves on national TV again. Packers 24-20

Lighter side/Red Zone [read with grain of salt]: According David Birkett at Detroit Free Press about Suuey's Antics: "Everyone knows he's a very talented player who can and usually does have a big impact on games. In the locker room, he's private and keeps to himself. He doesn't show up at many of his teammates' charity functions and he's not a guy that hangs around his locker or sits at card tables when media's allowed in. Corey Williams and Kyle Vanden Bosch are considered the leaders on the defensive line." Advice: The pride of the unemployed from the auto sector region can leave Lambeau Field by the Green Bay near the Fox River in guarded buses.