Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions 28 to 31

Thursday, November 22, 1984, Week 13

The Green Bay Packers played the Detroit Lions in Pontiac on Thursday, November 22, 1984, Week 13 of the 1984 season. The Lions won by a score of 31-28. The Lions and the Packers split the season series for the 1984 season, each winning one game.


Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
306 197 109 2 14

Coaches

Head Coach: Forrest Gregg Offensive Coordinator: Bob Schnelker Defensive Coordinator: Dick Modzelewski Wide Receivers Coach: Lew Carpenter Offensive Line Coach: Ernie McMillan, Jerry Wampfler Offensive Backs Coach: George Sefcik Defensive Line Coach: Dick Modzelewski Linebackers Coach: Chuck Priefer, Herb Paterra Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Ken Riley Special Teams Coach: Chuck Priefer, Herb Paterra Strength and Conditioning Coach: Virgil Knight


Detroit Lions offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
539 353 186 2 33

Coaches

Head Coach: Monte Clark Offensive Coordinator: Bill Nelsen Defensive Coordinator: Ed Beard Quarterbacks Coach: Bill Nelsen Wide Receivers Coach: Larry Seiple Offensive Line Coach: Fred Hoaglin Running Backs Coach: Ivy Williams Tight Ends Coach: Don Doll Offensive Backfield Coach: Bill Johnson Defensive Line Coach: Ed Khayat Linebackers Coach: Ed Beard Defensive Backfield Coach: Mel Phillips Special Teams Coach: Joe Madden Special Assignments Coach: Don Doll General Manager: Russ Thomas Head Trainer: Kent Falb Assistant Trainer: Joe Recknagel