By CHRIS JENKINS, AP Sports Writer
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Charles Woodson returned an interception 48 yards for a touchdown and the Green Bay Packers narrowly held off a comeback by the Detroit Lions for a 28-26 victory Sunday.
The Packers (3-1) led 28-14 after Woodson scored early in the third quarter, but the Lions rallied for four straight Jason Hanson field goals to cut the lead to two points in the fourth quarter. A final drive by the Packers ran out the clock.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 181 yards with three touchdowns but also had a pair of interceptions. The Packers were coming off a sloppy performance in a loss at Chicago on Monday night.
Shaun Hill threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns to Calvin Johnson for the Lions (0-4), who made the game close despite committing 13 penalties.
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