Detroit Lions NFL highlights recap of Chicago Bears win at Ford Field

Detroit Lions NFL highlights recap of Chicago Bears win at Ford Field

The calendar is available here Turn To 2023, Detroit Lions We wanted to kick off the new year with a bang.

The welcome mat Chicago BearsThe Lions’ young roster was encouraged by the visit of the, which arrived in town after an eight-game losing streak. Team It could even break the record after just 60 minutes of action.

Detroit brought home the huge crowd in a great victory parade moodAs the offense moved the ball well, the defense forced many turnovers.

Here are five things you can learn from the Lions’In Detroit’s 2022 home finale, the Bears won 41-10

Justin Fields is too much for the Lions’ defense early on

This week, the Lions After a poor defensive performance against the Panthers, they were determined to remove the bad taste from their mouths.

“We’re going forward because that’s one thing we’ve been pretty good in is running defense, dating back as far as the Giants game,” Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn This week, he said. “So, this was very unusual of our players to have such a game, and I don’t expect a game similar to this to ever happen again.”

After the Lions The Bears won the coin toss, and deferred. Their offense marched down field on a nine play, 75-yard drive that took 4:45 off the game clock.

Justin FieldsThe series was completed by Cole Kmet’s 13-yard touchdown pass to tight end Cole Kmet, who gained 44 yards rushing on his first drive.

The BearsNext offensive possession Fields Again, he was able to get loose, this time for an impressive 59-yard gain which went down to the Lions 9-yard line.

The Lions won this time. Defense The Bears were held to a field goal.

Jared Goff, Lions’ player, believes in his tight ends

In his first chance at the game, Goff led Detroit’s offense down the field. Ford FieldSunday.

Lions head coachDan Campbell The team continued to play on fourth down, and the signal-caller decided to be more aggressive. The veteran signal-caller was able to throw a pass into the end zone with his receivers covered.

The Bears were able to call for pass interference from the Lions wideout DJ Chark.

Brock Wright The drive was completed with a touchdown reception, which tied the game at 7-7. The Lions’ 11th tight end in this season’s season was able to grab the touchdown catch, which tied a team record.

Later in the second-quarter, Goff Detroit’s lead was extended to 21-10 when Wright was found again, breaking the team record.

GoffHe is now the fourth player in team history who has thrown for 4,000 yards in a single season. The veteran has also thrown at least one touchdown in 13 consecutive home games.


Jameson Williams has no connection with you

Goff and the No. 12 overall pick are not able to get on the exact same page.

Although it was agreed that the connection would take longer to establish, the struggles have been more difficult than anyone would have expected.

There have been a few occasions when it was necessary. Goff Williams was the target, but the ball was either thrown behind Williams or tipped before it had a chance to develop.

It seems that there must be a lot of work done in the offseason. Williams You can be more productive in the offense.

However, the Alabama product did cause a frenzy among the Ford Field crowd in the second period.

Williams was unable to communicate with Goff, so he was given the ball in a reverse and turned on the jets. The rookie speedster ran 40 yards.

James Houston shatters Bears’ plans

In his first six NFL The rookie EDGE has eight sacks in games.

Sunday’s Bears match saw the 2022 sixth-round selection establish his presence in the first period. He sack Fields and then forced a fumble which was eventually recovered by defense.

Leading 21-10Houston The speedy quarterback was caught behind by the other team and the ball was taken from his hands.

The ball was recovered by Aidan HutchinsonHe was also flying all over the field Sunday against the Bears.

Houston tallied three total sacks during Week 17, with his last one coming in the third quarter.

D’Andre Swift re-emerges, looks crisp in home finale

Many have wondered all season if Detroit’s fast running back would put an end to the question. Together A memorable performance in front the home crowd

Injuries have hampered what could have been a breakthrough season for the third-year runningback.

The 2020 second-round draft pick was a lofty choice prior to the season. Goals For himself.

Remember, he stated that he wanted to receive 1,000 yards and rush the football 1,000 yards before the season began.

These goals won’t be met this season, but Swift did show promise against the Bears. Defense.

The Georgia product looked sharp, hit the holes correctly, and found his way into two of the end zones twice to win a dominant win. Detroit.

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