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Notable notes from todays Lions-Browns game


-This was the first game the Lions came from behind and won with no time left on the clock since their 13-12 win against New Orleans (at San Antonio) December 24, 2005.

-Stafford is the youngest quarterback in NFL history to throw at least five touchdowns in a single game. Stafford at 21 years, 288 days improved upon the previous two highs by Dan Marino in 1984 (22 yrs, 353 days) and Joe Namath (23 yrs, 110 days).

-The last Lions quarterback with four touchdown passes was Jon Kitna at Dallas December 31, 2006.

-Hanson became the seventh player in NFL history with 1,800 career points.

-The fourth quarter comeback is the first of Stafford's career.

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