On Sunday, the Detroit Lions (5-4) will look to continue their winning ways when they travel to the Windy City to take on the Chicago Bears (3-6).
Detroit currently sits two games behind the Minnesota Vikings (7-2) for first place in the NFC North. The Lions already beat the Vikings once this season and will get another chance when they square off on Thanksgiving Day at Ford Field. That being said, the Vikings are on fire and it is crucial that Matthew Stafford and company keep winning.
After getting off to a slow start against the Cleveland Browns before eventually pulling away for a 38-24 win, the Lions will definitely be looking to come out firing on all cylinders against a Bears team which is in desperate need of a win after dropping their last two contests.
The Lions have completely owned the Chicago Bears of late, let’s see if that continues this coming Sunday.
3 Takeaways from the Lions’ tough win against the Browns
The Detroit Lions (5-4) battled for a tougher than imagined win over the Cleveland Browns (0-9) on Sunday afternoon. Despite being down by 10 early in the game, the Lions roared back to take a 17-10 lead into halftime. The Browns would go on to score 14 unanswered points in their first two drives of the third quarter to take a 24-17 lead over Detroit. Trailing yet again in this game, the Lions turned up the heat as they went on to score three straight touchdowns to seal a 38-24 win over the Browns. Here are three things we can take away from Detroit’s big win.
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