ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) - The Detroit Lions didn't have All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson for Sunday's 22-9 loss at Green Bay and they didn't play like a team that ranks in the top 10 in yards from scrimmage. Coach Jim Schwartz said there was a lot more to the loss - the Lions' first against an NFC North opponent this season - than the missing superstar. "We didn't get the job done," he said Monday. "It wasn't because Calvin didn't play in the game. There were a lot of other times we could've executed a little better. "Calvin wasn't the reason we didn't have any turnovers on defense."