- Matthew Stafford threw his 100th and 101st career touchdown passes on Sunday. In the process, he became the fourth-fastest player to 100 career touchdown passes in NFL history (behind only Dan Marino, Kurt Warner and Johnny Unitas).
- Calvin Johnson made some history of his own on Sunday by crossing the 1,000 yards receiving mark yet again.
Johnson is now over 1,000 yards on the season. 5th career and 4th in a row. 11th touchdown this season. #DETvsPIT
- Before everything went downhill in the second half, the Detroit Lions put up some ridiculous numbers in the second quarter and first half in general.
Stafford now with 327 passing yards, a team record in the frist half.— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) November 17, 2013
Calvin Johnson's second quarter: five catches, 163 yards, two touchdowns.— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) November 17, 2013
Sixth time in Calvin Johnson's career he has 150 yards or more in a half. He has 179 yards at the half.— Michael Rothstein (@mikerothstein) November 17, 2013
- Speaking of things going downhill in the second half, Mike Tomlin was quite honest when asked about how the Pittsburgh Steelers kept Johnson off the stat sheet in the final two quarters.
Mike Tomlin on how Steelers limited CJ in 2nd half: "It might just have been what they didn't do. That guy is an awesome football player"— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) November 17, 2013
- Johnson and Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown exchanged jerseys following Sunday's game.
- Joique Bell left Sunday's game because he re-aggravated a tendonitis injury in his lower right leg, per MLive. Also, Glover Quin left Sunday's game after suffering an ankle injury.
- Until Bell got hurt, the Lions had essentially benched Reggie Bush following yet another fumble.
- With Bill Bentley out again, the Lions decided to go with Don Carey at nickelback. In turn, this kept Darius Slay off the field on defense.
- The Lions' trip to Pittsburgh was a rough one even if you don't take into account the result of the game.
Mechanical problems delayed #Lions trip to PIttsburgh and storms in Detroit have grounded them here, delaying trip home.— Jennifer Hammond (@HammerFox2) November 17, 2013
- Former Tigers manager Jim Leyland was among a few notable people at Sunday's game.
- The Steelers apparently pulled the plug (literally) on the Lions' pre-game music/dance party. Okay then.