Stafford and Lions, Young and Titans: What We Learned from NFL Week 11

Posted: 24th November 2009 by The Sportmeisters in NFL
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By Ryan of The Sportmeisters The home stretch is near! WhoÆs gunning for the playoffs, and whoÆs gunning for a good draft spot? The Best Game No One Watched It was a ôfamily and friendsö game, meaning, only family and friends would watch Cleveland face off against Detroit in the race for the No. 1 pick. Well, it became a game full of energy, comebacks, and a game-winning drive, as the Lions edged the Browns 38-37. Cleveland took a huge 24-3 lead to start the game, showing an offensive firepower sorely missed the first 10 weeks of the season. Detroit, led by rookie QB Matt Stafford, climbed back, until Cleveland QB Brady Quinn led a scoring drive to make it 37-31 with under five minutes to go. Enter Stafford, who got the team to midfield before launching a Hail Mary with less than 10 se ...

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