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Rams QB Matthew Stafford shows some love for Detroit Lions after 28-19 win

Heading into the game, most believed the Los Angeles Rams would easily dispose of the Detroit Lions but that was anything but the case as the Lions gave Matthew Stafford the Rams all they could handle before falling 28-19.

Following the game, Stafford showed some love for the Lions during his on-field interview.

“Phew. They threw the kitchen sink at us today, onsides kick, fake punts. They played really hard, gotta give it up to Detroit. They’re a tough out, always have been, always will be.”

Stafford added that he is happy this week is over.

 

Written by W.G. Brady

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