I would say a small number of times.
The Lions record against the Packers entering 2011 is 65-89-7.
From the Detroit Lions website: The Lions have played the Packers the most of any franchise on Thanksgiving with 16 meetings between the two teams. Detroit and Chicago have battled a total of 15 times. The Lions have played 21 different NFL teams on Thanksgiving Day.
Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions, and Green Bay Packers 2 times and others I don't know
No, in the Lions 4 NFL championships they beat the New York Giants once (1935) and the Cleveland Browns three times (1952, 1953, 1957).
65 times. The Lions' current record against the Packers is 65-93-7.
The franchises first met as the Green Bay Packers vs the Portsmouth (Ohio) Spartans in 1930. For the '34 season, they moved to Detroit & changed their name to the Lions. As of February 2011, the teams have met 161 times in regular season games & two playoff games. The Packers hold the edge in both, 89-65-7 & 2-0 respectively.
Green Bay has played the Lions 18 times in Detroit on Thanksgiving day. The Lions have won 11 of the 18 matchups and there has been just one tie. The two teams played on Thanksgiving for 13 straight years (1951-1963), then took a 21 year rest before renewing the matchup in 1984. http://www.packers.com/history/record_book/results_and_rosters/thanksgiving_games/
The Green Bay Packers (20 times) followed by the Chicago Bears as a close second (14 times).
the green bay packers been to the super bowl none of your buisnees times