The Lions' Thanksgiving Day record is 33-36-2.
The Lions' record on Thanksgiving Day is 33-36-2.
They lost every Thanksgiving game they played in history.
It is 33-36-2, with all the games played at home.
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.
In 1960, the Green Bay Packers record was 8-4.
The Packers stopped playing regularly on Thanksgiving after the 1963 season.The first televised Thanksgiving Day game was in 1956
Both teams are real hot right now.......Detroit historically can be hard to beat at home Thanksgiving Day, so I would think GB needs a huge effort to win...I would give Detroit a slight advantage at home......Green Bay then plays the Lions the last game of the season at Lambeau, so I would the Packers the advantage at home.
1965 record was 10-3-1, with losses to the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Los Angeles Rams, and a tie against the San Fransisco 49er's.
15. During the 2011 season the Green Bay Packers finished the regular season with a record of 15 wins and 1 loss. The Packers lost their only postseason game, giving them an overall record of 15-2.