One On One
Matt Stafford told Valenti and Foster how the momentum of the game changed with the fumble in the second quarter …
“We’ve got to take the steps needed to play better this week,” Stafford said. “Find a way to get back to that … it’s a team game, it’s all about winning and losing.”
The Lions (5-4) dropped to below .500 with the 34-24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Detroit dominated the game from start to finish, building a solid lead before halftime and coasting after the break.
Valenti and Foster congratulated Matt Stafford on scoring in the first quarter and fortunately he laughed.
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