Welcome to Week Two of the 2009 Detroit Lions Roundtable. This week, in addition to Keith Shelton and myself, we have Lions featured columnist Michael Schottey adding his insight on the team's collapse against the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday. So let's get started with our first question of the week. Q. The Lions looked like a great team in the first half against the Vikings, and sub-par in the second as they let the game slip away. What changed in the game to cause such a drastic momentum shift between the first and second halves?
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