ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) - The Detroit Lions ended one long road skid this season and get a shot at halting another this weekend. The Lions have lost 22 straight games in Wisconsin, including 19 straight at Lambeau Field. They head to Green Bay on Sunday with a chance for a third NFC North victory that would keep them atop the division. Detroit ended a 21-game losing streak at Washington last month. That skid stretched to 1935. The Lions' last victory in Green Bay was Dec. 15, 1991 - a few months after rookie guard Larry Warford was born. Kick off Sunday at 1 p.m.