Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions 22 to 31

Sunday, November 12, 1989, Week 10

The Green Bay Packers played the Detroit Lions in Pontiac on Sunday, November 12, 1989, Week 10 of the 1989 season. The Lions won by a score of 31-22. The Lions and the Packers split the season series for the 1989 season, each winning one game.


Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
432 328 104 4 30

Coaches

Head Coach: Lindy Infante Defensive Coordinator: Hank Bullough Wide Receivers Coach: Wayne "Buddy" Geis Offensive Line Coach: Charlie Davis Tight Ends Coach: Virgil Knight Offensive Assistant Coach: Joe Clark Offensive Backs Coach: Willie Peete Defensive Line Coach: Greg Blache Outside Linebackers Coach: Dick Moseley Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Dick Jauron Special Teams Coach: Howard Tippett Strength and Conditioning Coach: Virgil Knight Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Robert Ford, Don Martin


Detroit Lions offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
128 54 74 2 8

Coaches

Head Coach: Wayne Fontes Defensive Coordinator: Woody Widenhofer Quarterbacks Coach: June Jones, Mouse Davis Wide Receivers Coach: June Jones, Mouse Davis Offensive Line Coach: Jerry Wampfler Running Backs Coach: Dave Levy Tight Ends Coach: Charlie Sanders Defensive Line Coach: Dick Modzelewski Linebackers Coach: Mike Murphy Inside Linebackers Coach: Herb Paterra Defensive Backs Coach: Billie Matthews Defensive Assistant Coach: Don Clemons Special Teams Coach: Frank Gansz General Manager: Russ Thomas