Detroit Lions players/coaches reacting to the loss:
Coach Jim Caldwell: "Tough one to lose. Those are the kind that eat at you a little bit and just tough. Obviously, it's just what you'd anticipate, a quiet locker room where our guys are upset because they gave so much of themselves in this game. The preparation for this week was excellent, and I thought they fought hard in the ball game even under some extreme circumstances. But we just didn't make enough plays at the end. They made one more play, and that's the way it is, it's never over in this league."
Defensive end Devin Taylor: "I'm just at a loss for words. It's tough to get beat on a Hail Mary on the last play of the game, end of regulation."
Quarterback Matthew Stafford: "I kind of peaked and saw the Jumbotron, and it looked like he was in pretty good position to make a catch, so I saw it at the very end.
"I felt pretty good when they had the ball on the 20-yard line with 6 seconds left."
Running back Ameer Abdullah: "I've been on the side of winning on a Hail Mary. Michigan State, Northwestern, I've been on the better side of that. So to be on the other side, it sucks. Especially when you feel like you played well, like you did enough to win. But I guess tonight was just in their favor, so you've got to give Green Bay a lot of props. They came out in the second half, did a good job not quitting and came out with the win.
"When they were awarded the extra play, it kind of hit me. I was like, 'Really?' I know how the Hail Mary stuff goes. Nowadays, it's more probable that they catch it than it gets batted down. It's happened so much around the league and in college football."
Wide receiver Golden Tate: "Man, I'm still in shock. I really don't know how to feel about what just happened. That's crazy, but it just shows that the game is not over until there are zero seconds on the clock. And sometimes even then, it's not over. So it's tough to swallow, but we played a good game. We played a good game. Just one play."
Cornerback Darius Slay: "All I saw was the dude catching the ball. Limited words, I don't know what to say. I'm just in shock mode. It is what it is.
"We weren't in the position to defend that. If we were, we would have made the play."
Safety Glover Quin: "I'm having a hard time finding words, too.
"Looked like the D-line had him, and then he broke out and you saw him wind up and throw it as far and as high as he could. It gave his guys time to get down there and the ball's up in the air, guys went up and they came downward."