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Pride Of Detroit interviews Matthew Stafford

Pride Of Detroit recently had a chance to chat with Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford about 2012, going for records in the final weeks of the season and much more.

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Pride Of Detroit's Jerry Mallory had a chance to interview Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford earlier this week. During the interview, Stafford addressed a number of topics, including last week's loss to the Green Bay Packers, getting to throw the ball to former college teammate and friend Kris Durham, the disappointing 2012 season, going for records in the final weeks of the year with Calvin Johnson, the Titus Young situation, his nickname and what he wants to improve on going forward. The interview runs about nine minutes, and you can check it out below.

Stafford also talked about how he is working with the Pepsi NFL Anthems program and Kid Rock. Kid Rock created and performed the Lions' anthem, which is titled "In Detroit." You can check it out, along with the other Pepsi NFL Anthems, on their website.

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