Lions steal one with no time on the clock

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  1. Buckeyes#1

    Buckeyes#1 First Round Draft Pick

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    """"Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was wired for sound by NFL Films during Sunday's dramatic 38-37 win over Cleveland.
    NFL Films president Steve Sabol called it "the most dramatic player wiring ever."
    NFL Films has wired for sound more than 350 players since 1965. "Stafford has earned a lasting place in the cinematic folklore of the NFL," Sabol said. Stafford injured his left shoulder on the next-to-last play of Sunday's game at Ford Field when he was tackled by Cleveland's C.J. Mosley. He left the game, but returned following a timeout to throw the winning pass to tight end Brandon Pettigrew.
    Highlights from this wiring will be on Sound FX on the NFL Network[​IMG] on Wednesday at 4 p.m. and on Inside the NFL on Showtime at 9 p.m., also Wednesday. """""""""
    The NFL Network also will show a replay of the game Wednesday at 8 p.m.
  2. basketbills

    basketbills All-Star Forum Donor

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    You have to wonder why they would wire a QB from a 1-8 team when he was playing against another 1-8 team.
  3. Buckeyes#1

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    Not really. It is extremely exciting for the players of a 1-8 team when they win. When you have two 1-8 teams, you have a 100% chance one team will be really really excited.

    Sorry. That was the best thing I could come up with. :MusicBigGrin:
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    It's kind of like midget racing.

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