The Detroit Lions improved to 10-4 with a narrow 16-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings, who fell to 6-8.
The Detroit Lions made another great comeback as they rallied from a 14-0 deficit against the Minnesota Vikings and pulled out a 16-14 win.
Kicker Matt Prater nailed a 33-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, and the Lions defense held strong while finishing with four sacks and two interceptions.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford did not have one his best performances, but he was efficient as he threw for 153 yards and a touchdown pass on 17-of-28 passing.
Wide receiver Calvin Johnson caught four passes for 53 yards to lead the Lions in receiving while Golden Tate caught the only touchdown pass of the game while finishing with seven catches for 38 yards.
For the Vikings, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater finished with 310 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions on 31-of-41 passing.
Running back Matt Asiata ran for 36 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries while wide receiver Charles Johnson led the Vikings in receiving with five catches for 72 yards.