Atlanta Falcons vs. Detroit Lions: Live Analysis, Score Updates, Highlights
Calvin Johnson breaks Jerry Rice's single-season receiving yard record, but the Falcons come away with a 31-18 win over the Lions to clinch home-field advantage in the NFC.
Calvin Johnson gets the record, but the Falcons come away with the win.
Matthew Stafford throws it up to no one on 3rd & 10 with 14 seconds left.
If that doesn't get Stefan Logan cut nothing will. He just took a knee at the 4-yard line on the free kick. What a moron. Good lord.— Pride Of Detroit (@PrideOfDetroit) December 23, 2012
Michael Turner gets tackled in the end zone for a safety.
NFC road to the Super Bowl goes through Atlanta.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2012
The Lions can't convert on 4th & goal from the 2-yard line.
A taped message from Jerry Rice congratulating Calvin Johnson was played on the video screen at Ford Field. Via
Calvin Johnson gives the ball to his dad after breaking the record.
Matt Bryant hits a 20-yard field goal to make it a 15-point game.
Reminder: A win here not only guarantees ATL home-field throughout, but also ensures dome-field throughout rest of potential games.— Falcons RapidReports (@CBSFalcons) December 23, 2012
The Lions call a timeout as the Falcons have a 3rd & goal. Detroit needs to hold Atlanta to a field goal to have any shot at this game.
Matt Ryan hits Julio Jones for a 1st down on 3rd & 6.
Nothing was forced all night to Calvin Johnson and then Stafford does that..— Kevin Negandhi (@KNegandhiESPN) December 23, 2012
Asante w/ his 4th INT of the season, prevents Calvin Johnson's record-setting catch.— Falcons RapidReports (@CBSFalcons) December 23, 2012
Matthew Stafford forces it to Calvin Johnson and he is picked off by Asante Samuel at the Detroit 42.
Matt Ryan's passer rating so far tonight is 144.6. Falcons 31-1 when he finishes with 100+ rating.— Michael Signora (@NFLfootballinfo) December 23, 2012
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