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Lions notes: More on Sunday's win over Falcons

Lions notes looks at various tidbits from Sunday's win over the Atlanta Falcons.

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  • On his 59-yard bomb to Golden Tate, Matthew Stafford set the Detroit Lions' franchise record for career touchdown passes. Bobby Layne previously held the record with 118, and now Stafford holds that mark with 120 (and counting).

  • Stafford just has a knack for comeback victories:
  • Tate is a pretty talented wide receiver.
  • This was a great line from Matt Prater after Sunday's game:
  • The Lions' delay of game penalty that preceded Prater's game-winning field goal was most definitely a good thing.
  • The Lions have been a lot better in the second half than the first half the last two weeks, to say the least.
  • On a related note, Teryl Austin apparently gave quite a speech to the Lions defense at halftime on Sunday.
  • Jim Caldwell had no comment when asked on Sunday about why C.J. Mosley was suspended.

  • This was a nice touch by FOX:
  • This, on the other hand, I present to you without comment:

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