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The Lions prove their fortitude in stunning of the Bears

The Lions needed a victory down multiple scores in the dying minutes. No problemo.

Chicago Bears v Detroit Lions Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

After the Chargers game, the Detroit Lions had been in nearly every formulation of oddball NFL game you could ask for. A shootout, a test of endurance capped off a trip to Los Angeles. The only thing left for the Lions was to show they could play from behind. In all but the Chiefs game, Detroit’s victores had come as the Lions had never given up a lead. That all changed on Sunday when the team found itself down 12 points in the final three minutes of the game against the Chicago Bears. Jared Goff had thrown three picks and the whole shebang was looking rough with Justin Fields running around like a tiger that had just discovered Monster Energy. Any given Sunday, right?

Sure. No problem. That’s no problem at all. Let’s tick that one off the list too and go sicko.

On this episode of the Pride of Detroit PODcast, we’re eating Jameson Williams’ McDonald’s order and breaking down another glorious chapter to the Lions 2023 NFL campaign. We discuss how the Lions were able to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, how the defense made the adjustments you probably didn’t notice they made and how they banished those godless, overhyped bastards in the Windy City back to the shadow realm yet again.

Enjoy this one, chavales.

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