The Green Bay Packers would return to a second place tie in the N-F-C North if they can somehow overcome a 14-point underdog status and beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh Sunday night. The 5-5 Packers are now one half game behind Detroit, the current second place team in the division. The Lions are 6-5 after losing their traditional Thanksgiving Day home contest to Minnesota, 30-23. The Vikings got two touchdown passes from Case Keenum, both to tight end Kyle Rudolph, as Minnesota improved to 9-2 with a three game lead on Detroit — which got two passing touchdowns and one interception from Matthew Stafford. Meanwhile, the Packers practiced on Thanksgiving — and recovering players Morgan Burnett, Kevin King, and Justin McCray were full participants while center Corey Linsley was limited Thursday with a back injury.