Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young (16) celebrates his game winning touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Ford Field. Detroit won 28-24.(Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE)
Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - Titus Young's second touchdown catch of the
game came with 20 seconds to play to lead the Detroit Lions to a 28-24 win
over the Seattle Seahawks at Ford Field.
Young had a career game as he finished the contest with nine catches for 100
yards and two touchdowns, while Matthew Stafford led the team on two fourth
quarter touchdown drives to help the Lions (3-4) avoid a second straight loss.
Stafford went 34-for-49 with 352 yards, three touchdowns and an interception
while also scoring once on the ground while rookie Ryan Broyles had a
touchdown catch for the second straight game for Detroit, which moved to 2-1
at home this season.
Russell Wilson was 25-for-35 with 236 yards, two touchdowns and an
interception while Marshawn Lynch had 12 carries for 105 yards and a score for
the Seahawks (4-4), who have dropped their past two games.
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