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While Levi’s Stadium might not be viewed as the NFL’s most hostile environment for visiting teams, this will mark the first time the Packers have played a true road game with genuine, in-person crowd noise from a stadium full of fans since their victory at Detroit on Dec. 29, 2019, in the regular-season finale of Matt LaFleur’s first year as head coach.

A week after playing just eight defensive snaps in his NFL regular-season debut, first-round pick Eric Stokes (above) found himself in an expanded role against the Lions, playing 44 of the Packers’ 57 defensive snaps and contributing a pair of crucial pass break-ups.

A week after not having many answers for Detroit’s T.J. Hockenson, the Packers defense must now contend with a tight end who’s even better: The 49ers’ George Kittle (above), whose numbers through two games (eight receptions, 95 yards, no touchdowns) aren’t all that impressive but belie the level of respect the Packers have for the two-time All-Pro and Pro Bowler.