Lions Dance Like The Rockettes After Touchdown Versus Bears

Lynette Rowe
December 17, 2017

Jones' 58-yard catch led to a Lions touchdown three plays later when Stafford hit T.J. Jones with a three-yard touchdown pass. Chicago punts and Detroit will take over on its 37.

There are two things that really made this play impressive. Chicago has just 33 yards of total offense so far.

Jordan Howard is coming off his best game this season, and after he rang up 125 rushing yards and a touchdown against the Lions a month ago, shame on Dowell Loggains if doesn't roll out the exact same game plan he used last week in Cincinnati.

Tarik Cohen nearly had another huge play to add to his highlight reel.

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STAFFORD'S STREAK: With a banged-up right hand, Stafford extended his starting streak to 112 games, including the playoffs, in last week's win at Tampa Bay.

Stafford became the first National Football League player to complete 80-plus percent of his passes in consecutive road games with at least 29 attempts in each one.

Returning to the lineup this week are running back Ameer Abdullah and return man Jamal Agnew. The Lions' defense ranks 27th overall but it has proved it can be opportunistic against bad teams. Center Travis Swanson is out with a concussion.

Defensive end Ziggy Ansah (ankle), who was the other starter listed as questionable, is also active.

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