The Green Bay Packers have life. Three wins in four games and a Jordan Love masterclass against the Detroit Lions gives the Packers hope of reaching the postseason.
They await the Kansas City Chiefs at Lambeau Field on Sunday Night Football, another significant test for this young team.
If Love can produce more magic against an excellent Kansas City defense, he will give Green Bay a chance to upset the defending Super Bowl champions. But it won't be easy.
As the Packers prepare to host the reigning NFL and Super Bowl MVP, there's plenty of news to dive into. Let's get started.
Packers bring back James Robinson
Look away for two seconds, and you'll miss James Robinson either getting signed or released.
Just two days after releasing Robinson and wide receiver Bo Melton, the Packers announced that they have re-signed both players to the practice squad. They provide cover for injury.
It makes sense. Running backs Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon remain on the injury report. Robinson could step into a role on offense if both players miss Sunday's game. Wide receivers Dontayvion Wicks and Jayden Reed are also on the injury report for Week 13.
The Packers didn't use Robinson last week against the Lions, instead leaning on Dillon and Patrick Taylor, but they may need him against the Chiefs.