The Detroit Lions need to win their final three games to keep their post-season hopes alive.
Detroit got points on the game's opening possession, driving 47 yards with the help of an unnecessary roughness penalty against the Bears, which set up a 48-yard Matt Prater field goal. Players around the National Football League have taken advantage of the new rule to break out some creative displays, but the latest celebration by the Lions is a ideal nod to the holidays. Shortly after Matthew Stafford threw a touchdown pass to T.J. Jones, the Lions participated in a group celebration that was really something special. Jones out-jumped Bears rookie safety Eddie Jackson for the reception.
In the second quarter.
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UPDATE: The Lions weren't done dancing early in the fourth quarter. Trubisky found Benny Cunningham in the flat and the running back made a tackler miss to get into the end zone. 21 of Stafford's pass attempts came in the first half.