The Bears were destroying the Lions, a team that has gathered a reputation as a dirty team. The Lions frustration was apparent throughout, and it began to boil over. After another Matthew Stafford interception, Tim Jennings returned the miscue into Lions' territory.
As he celebrated on the sidelines, a brawl broke out on the field. This was no ordinary foot-brawl—this was reminiscent to the Malice at the Palace, minus the drunk fans of course.
It went on for possibly three minutes, which is an eternity in fight time. Ndamukong Suh was involved, even though he was on the sidelines. Henry Melton and Julius Peppers were all in the scrum as well.
Once the sides were separated, the edginess was still in the air. The Bears are dominating 37-13 and on their way to their fourth straight win. Given the nasty natured turn this game has taken, both coaches would be wise to remove their talented skill players.
The last thing teams would want is to lose one of their stars in a game that has already been decided. With this dominating performance the Bears have clearly shown that they are now at least the second best team in the NFC North.