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If the big win over the Vikings in week three wasn't enough for the Lions, how about a win over America's Team after being behind 24 points in the third quarter?
That's right, Detroit was behind 27-3 in the third quarter. Then, the Lions returned two Tony Romo interceptions for touchdowns to cut the lead to 27-17, and suddenly they were in the game.
After Dallas kicked a field goal to make it 30-17, Calvin Johnson caught the first of two touchdown grabs (this is the fourth week in a row Johnson has had two touchdown catches, an NFL record) to cut the lead to six.
A field goal and Johnson's second touchdown completed the Lions' second huge second-half comeback in a row.
Now the Lions sit at 4-0, tied with the defending Super Bowl champs for first. If you haven't already, it's time to get on the bandwagon.