Seahawks vs. Lions: Final Grades and Analysis for Seattle

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Seahawks vs. Lions: Final Grades and Analysis for Seattle

Final Score: Detroit 28, Seattle 24

The Detroit Lions found a way to overcome early mistakes and orchestrated a last-minute touchdown drive to beat the visiting Seattle Seahawks.

In what was supposed to be a defensive struggle, the offenses showed up in the Motor City.

The story early in the game was the self-destruction by the Lions. They committed several costly penalties in the first half. Their offense settled down and picked up yards almost at will in the second half.

Calvin Johnson was quiet, but Titus Young and Ryan Broyles did an admirable job finding room in the secondary. Young caught the winning touchdown pass with 0:20 remaining in the game.

Seattle used a fairly balanced attack, but the Seahawks found little room on the ground on most of their attempts.


Darin Pike is a writer for Bleacher Report's Breaking News Team and a Featured Columnist covering the NFL and Seattle Seahawks.

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