• Wrap-up: Colts 35, Lions 33

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 3, 2012
    The Lions had the Colts beaten, right up until the final play. We already knew the Lions were long shots to make the playoffs. Two plays later, the penalty was more severe, after Florence, the Lions' veteran cornerback, let another Colts rookie, receiver LaVon Brazill, get behind him in the end zone to haul in a 42-yard touchdown. That defensive lapse "Inexcusable," coach Jim Schwartz fumed in his postgame press conference allowed the Colts to pull within 33-28 with 2:39 left, and it set the stage for ano...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Bob Wojnowski: Detroit Lions are so close, but far away from contention

      When it's time to be defined, the Lions still wither pitifully. This was among the all-time worst, and you can pin it on many players, as long as you also blame the coaches, who apparently have no idea how to seal a game.
      Source: detnews.com
    • John Niyo: Lions' defense drops the ball again

      A year after setting records for their late-game heroics, the Lions are back to setting records for futility. So what gives? "We're not making the plays when they count," Drayton Florence said.
      Source: detnews.com

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