Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions 24 to 27

Sunday, January 2, 1983, Week 17

The Green Bay Packers played the Detroit Lions in Pontiac on Sunday, January 2, 1983, Week 17 of the 1982 season. The Lions won by a score of 27-24. The Lions swept the Packers for the 1982 season. With this game, the Lions finished the season 2-3-0 at home, while the Packers finished 2-2-1 on the road for the 1982 season.

The Lions finished the season with a record of 4-5-0, while the Packers finished the season at 5-3-1.

Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
276 182 94 4 17


Head Coach: Bart Starr Offensive Coordinator: Bob Schnelker Defensive Coordinator: John Meyer Wide Receivers Coach: Lew Carpenter Offensive Line Coach: Ernie McMillan Offensive Backs Coach: Pete Kettela Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Bill Meyers Defensive Line Coach: Richard "Doc" Urich Linebackers Coach: John Marshall Defensive Backs Coach: Ross Fichtner Special Teams Coach: Fred Von Appen, Dick Rehbein Quality Control Coach: Dave Hanner

Detroit Lions offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
368 241 127 3 23


Head Coach: Monte Clark Offensive Coordinator: Ted Marchibroda Defensive Coordinator: Maxie Baughan Quarterbacks Coach: Ted Marchibroda Wide Receivers Coach: Larry Seiple Offensive Line Coach: Fred Hoaglin Tight Ends Coach: Don Doll Offensive Backfield Coach: John Brunner Defensive Line Coach: Ed Khayat Linebackers Coach: Maxie Baughan Defensive Backfield Coach: Mel Phillips Special Teams Coach: Joe Madden Special Assignments Coach: Don Doll Strength and Conditioning Coach: Gary Wade General Manager: Russ Thomas Head Trainer: Kent Falb Assistant Trainer: Joe Recknagel