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Lions notes: More on Sunday's win over Bears

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Lions notes looks at various tidbits from Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears.

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  • Calvin Johnson went over 1,000 yards receiving on Sunday. This is the fifth year in a row he's done that, which is a Detroit Lions record. Also, the Lions now have two 1,000-yard receivers for the first time since 2006 with Golden Tate hitting that mark earlier in the season.

  • Glover Quin now leads the NFL in interceptions (7) after recording another pick on Sunday. Actually, he has now intercepted a pass in four consecutive games.

  • Where was Joique Bell in the first quarter of Sunday's game? He was benched for violating a team rule. It's unclear what Bell did, but for whatever it's worth, Brandon Pettigrew received the same punishment a couple of weeks ago for missing a team meeting.

  • Ndamukong Suh is a beast.

  • Suh had a great quote after Sunday's game about the Lions' slow starts:
  • The Lions really have a thing for comeback victories.
  • If Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman is indeed fired after the season, he will finish with a 0-4 record against the Lions over the last two seasons. I really hope they keep him, because I like seeing stats like this:
  • Former Lion Willie Young suffered a serious injury during Sunday's game.