The Packers won, but it was anything but pretty again.
Let's move on to the playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers looked extremely ragged against the lowly Detroit Lions in a walk-off Mason Crosby field goal and 23-20 victory at Ford Field in Detroit on Sunday.
Green Bay finished with a 13-3 regular-season record and secured the No. 2 seed for the NFC playoffs.
It definitely wasn't a historic victory, beginning with quarterback Aaron Rodgers' uncharacteristic 16 overthrows to receivers.
However, Rodgers (pictured) was right on the money in the final quarter to rally the Pack back from a 17-3 deficit.
We all admit Rodgers, and his teammates played poorly. But a win is a win in the NFL and the Packers have had plenty of ugly wins this season.
However, who would you prefer under center with less than 2 minutes left in a pivotal game? Kirk Cousins...? Mitchell Trubisky?
The Packers ARE in the playoffs and we'll all find out in two weeks whether they are worthy of their surprising postseason berth.
Personally, I'm getting tired of the "one and done" crowd and all the Rodgers bashing, so let's take a deep breath and wait for Jan. 12.