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12 Detroit Lions offensive records that will never be broken


The Detroit Lions may be one of the most unsuccessful franchises in NFL history when it comes to winning, but at least they have had some pretty good individual players along the way.

Those players have set some records and are still in the process of setting some records that will stand for a long time, maybe even forever.

Here is our list of the top 12 unbreakable offensive records in Detroit Lions history.




[tps_title]12 – Passing yards in a game – Matthew Stafford[/tps_title]

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On January 1st, 2012, Matthew Stafford set the Detroit Lions single-game passing record by tossing for 520 yards against the Green Bay Packers. Unfortunately, the Lions lost the game 45-41.


11 – Receiving yards in a game – Calvin Johnson

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On October 27th, 2013, Calvin Johnson was absolutely unstoppable as he racked up 329 receiving yards against the Dallas Cowboys. The Lions needed every single one of those yards as they defeated the Cowboys 31-30.

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