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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

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    Bumbling Detroit Lions lose again on last-second field goal

    Detroit — The Detroit Lions have nothing to be thankful for and they only have themselves to blame. 

    The offense committed three consecutive penalties on separate drives and the defense allowed the Bears to eat the final eight-and-a-half minutes off the game clock before kicking a 28-yard, game-winning field as time expired in a 16-14 loss at Ford Field on Thursday to drop them to 0-10-1 on the season. 

    After winning the coin toss and deferring to the second half, the Lions got off to a hot start forcing a punt and scoring with their first offensive possession. 

    Showcasing a chemistry they built playing together the past four years with the Los Angeles Rams, quarterback Jared Goff connected with receiver Josh Reynolds twice on the possession, including a 39-yard scoring strike. 

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