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Lions notes: More on Sunday's loss to Bills

Lions notes looks at various tidbits from Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills.

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  • Rashean Mathis got an interception and found the end zone for the first time in a long time on Sunday.
  • After he scored his touchdown, Golden Tate celebrated by pretending that he was going to jump up and try to dunk the ball over the crossbar. The reaction from the official standing under the goal posts was pretty hilarious.

  • LaAdrian Waddle had a pretty rough first game back from injury.
  • The first five weeks of the season were pretty rough for the Lions' offensive line in general.

  • After the Buffalo Bills won, former Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz was carried off the field on the shoulders of two of his players. Apparently he requested this months ago.
  • If this is true, this is pretty classless:

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