Lions-Cardinals: Detroit Comeback Falls Short in 31-24 Loss

Posted: 20th December 2009 by Joe Hojnacki in NFL
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The Lions showed a little bit of heart in this one. For once, the defense sparked the team, and the crowd, and gave them the momentum to make a game out of this one.

The Delmas interception came at a time when the Lions looked down and out. They had just given up a big interception and Arizona was knocking on the door ready to score another touchdown that would have been the knockout blow. Instead, Delmas showed that he has the capability to become a big time NFL play maker by taking back an interception 100 yards for six points.

Sadly, while the defense may have provided the initial spark, they also failed when they were needed most. When the game was tied and Arizona had the ball, the defense looked absent again. They couldn't tackle Beanie Wells at any point in this ga ...

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