Welcome to Part II of looking back on the 2006 season. In Part I yesterday, I covered the first 8 games of the season in which Detroit was twice victorious. Unfortunately, the second half of the season wasn't even close to being that good.
Here is a link to Part I and Part II is below.
GAME 9: San Francisco 19, Detroit 13
GAME 10: Arizona 17, Detroit 10
GAME 11: Miami 27, Detroit 10
GAME 12: New England 28, Detroit 21
GAME 13: Minnesota 30, Detroit 20
GAME 14: Green Bay 17, Detroit 9
GAME 15: Chicago 26, Detroit 21
GAME 16: Detroit 39, Dallas 31
With the ball back, Jon Kitna was able to take a knee to clinch the Lions 39-31 win over Dallas. Taking away from the fact that this cost Detroit a #1 draft pick, which I'll get to next week, this was one hell of a game for the Lions. They went out there with 17 or so players on the IR or unable to play and just did everything possible to get the win.