The last time the Lions beat the Packers in Wisconsin...

It has been 23 years since the Detroit Lions have added a notch to their win column by defeating the Green Bay Packers on Wisconsin soil.

Scroll through the photos to see some perspective on the last time that happened, Dec. 15, 1991.

  • Barry Sanders gained 96 yards on the day the Lions last beat the Green Bay Packers in Wisconsin. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel archives

  • Mike Tomczak was the Green Bay Packers' starting quarterback, and only four men since then have played that role: Don Majkowski, Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel archives

  • 20 men (Charlie Batch, Stoney Case, Daunte Culpepper, Ty Detmer, Gus Frerotte, Jeff Garcia, Shawn Hill, Joey Harrington, Jon Kitna, Erik Kramer, Dave Krieg, Don Majkowski, Mike McMahon, Scott Mitchell, Rodney Peete (pictured), Frank Reich, Dan Orlovsky, Matthew Stafford, Drew Stanton, Andre Ware) have played starting quarterback for the Detroit Lions since then. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel archives

  • The last one-term president, George H.W. Bush, was in in office. Reuters

  • The World Wide Web had been tested for a year, but there were no public sites available.

  • Mike McCarthy was a quarterbacks coach for the University of Pittsburgh. TODAY'S TMJ4

  • O.J. Simpson was known for being a running back for the Bills, not an alleged murderer driving a Bronco. Getty Images

  • Michael Jackson's "Black or White" was the number one song on the charts. Getty Images

  • Aaron Rodgers was eight years old. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • The Soviet Union still existed, with Mikhail Gorbachev in charge.

  • Justin Bieber wasn't born yet.

  • Devoted Packers fan Harry Styles (with Packers-colored arrow near him) of One Direction wasn't even born yet. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images