What. A. Game.
The last time these teams met, the Lions won with a huge second half comeback that featured multiple defensive touchdowns. This time around, it was a wild final few minutes. Calvin Johnson came within 7 yards of the all-time receiving yards in a game (Flipper Anderson), with 329, the last 22 getting Detroit down to the half yard line as time ticked down.
Matthew Stafford rushed to the line, signaling a spike. Then, he decided to just let it go and jumped over the pile rather than stopping the clock.
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