1. On the heels of a history-making day by his otherworldly receiver, Calvin Johnson, Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford engineered a ridiculous last-minute comeback to stun the Dallas Cowboys, 31-30. Here’s how it went down.
2. After a Dan Bailey field goal, the Lions got the ball with no timeouts, 1:02 on the clock, and 80 yards to go for the touchdown and a win. Clearly, it would be up to Johnson (12 catches, 290 yards at that point) and Stafford to make it happen.
10. Except that he ABSOLUTELY DOES NOT DO THAT. He sneaks the ball up and over the pile for the game-tying touchdown. (He ran it in himself to the left, just in case, though the score had been called.)
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Detroit's Epic Comeback Shocks The Cowboys As Dallas Melts Down
http://www.buzzfeed.com/erikmalinowski/detroits...A historic day from Megatron. Players fighting on the sidelines. A quarterback fake for the ages....