The Green Bay Packers would return to a second place tie in the NFC 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.