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    Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers final score


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    Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers final score
    Tacky holding call ends Lions’ comeback attempt Color Rush Sylvester Williams Jersey , 30-27 The Detroit Lions fell to 0-2 on the season, and in true Lions fashion, it ended with some controversy. Let’s get into it.First quarterThe Detroit Lions started the game on offense and built a little bit of confidence on the ground, gaining a couple of first downs before getting to midfield. There the drive stalled when Kerryon Johnson came up 2 yards short on third-and-3.The 49ers responded quickly with a 28-yard run. Then a 35-yard pass to Dante Pettis. However, when the Niners got into the red zone, the Lions defense stepped up with back-to-back sacks, forcing a short field goal, in which Robbie Gould promptly made. 3-0 49ers. But the Lions offense finally showed some life early in the game. Kenny Golladay continues to be the working force behind the Lions offense, and he capped a 69-yard touchdown with this catch: Second quarterKyle Shanahan’s offense continued to move the ball efficiently against Matt Patricia’s defense as the game moved to the second quarter. The Lions only managed to force two third downs (a third-and-1 and third-and-2), as the Niners quickly scored on a broken coverage play. 49ers 10, Lions 7.From there the offenses slowed down a bit. The Lions went three-and-out, but then they forced a punt thanks to a huge tackle for loss from rookie defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand. But on the ensuing drive, Matthew Stafford made another grave mistake. Facing a third-and-3, Stafford couldn’t find an open receiver. Instead of throwing the ball away, he tried to extend the play and was too careless with the ball, fumbling it away and giving the 49ers the ball in the red zone. Thankfully, the Lions defense held strong and San Francisco had to add a field goal. 13-7 49ers.The Lions offense continued to be stuck in neutral, especially in third-and-short situations. However, the defense forced a three-and-out late in the second quarter, giving the Lions time for a two-minute, one-minute drive (thanks to some poor clock management from Patricia). Stafford drove the Lions into the red zone, but couldn’t punch it in, and the Lions settled for a chip-shot field goal. 13-10 49ers.Third quarterThe Lions special teams remained cursed in the third quarter as the 49ers took the opening kickoff for a touchdown. A facemask penalty took the points off the board, but San Francisco still started with the ball inside the Lions’ 30-yard line. A few plays later, Jimmy Garoppolo found Garrett Celek for an 11-yard score. 20-10 49ers.The Lions got a kick start with a good return of their own, as Jamal Agnew got the Lions to midfield. From there, the Lions rushed their way into the red zone, but back-to-back holding penalties drove the Lions back. Conservative play-calling mixed with checkdowns led to another field goal. 20-13 49ers. The Lions defense won a Pyrrhic victory on the next drive, forcing a punt, but losing Darius Slay to a concussion. The Lions defense got to midfield, but again failed on a third down. A nice Sam Martin pinned the 49ers deep, but it wouldn’t end up mattering, because...The Lions defense couldn’t stop the run, and Matt Breida went 66-yards to push the score to two possessions. 27-13 49ersFourth quarterWe’re bullet-pointing again:Lions’ three-and-out49ers field goal. 30-17 49ers.Matthew Stafford connects with Golden Tate on a 67-yard play. Marvin Jones Jr. finished the drive with a touchdown. 30-20 49ers.Defense holds for a three-and-outAgnew punt return TD called back due to two block in the back penaltiesLions drive down field, as Stafford hits *checks notes* MICHAEL ROBERTS???? 30-27 49ers. And that’s where the controversy started. The Lions defense had one chance for a stop and a third-and-2 http://www.authenticsdetroitlions.com/ch...ang-jersey , and Tracy Walker stepped in front of a Jimmy Garoppolo pass and nearly took it to the house. Unfortunately a holding penalty on Quandre Diggs negated the interception and the 49ers got an automatic first down.Was it the right call? It didn’t seem like a lot, but Diggs did get his hands on George Kittle.The 49ers ended up running out most of the clock and while the Lions got one more opportunity to score, they fell short after a couple key drops from Theo Riddick. PregameIt’s gameday and the Detroit Lions are back in action this week in the hopes of putting Week 1 far, far behind them. It’s was a suspicious way for the Matt Patricia era to begin, but as ugly as it was, it was only one game. Patricia’s head coaching career will not be defined simply by a opening egg.The Lions will be without starting guard T.J. Land and the San Francisco 49ers will be without their starting (and backup) guards as well. The good news for Detroit is that it looks like a couple other key players going through injuries will be good to go. According to Ian Rapoport, both running back LeGarrette Blount and edge rusher Ezekiel Ansah are expected to play Sunday afternoon, despite both being questionable on the injury report. With the Lions chilling on the west coast, we won’t get to see them until the 4 p.m. ET spot. Here’s how to catch them, as Week 2 kicks off. How to watch Lions vs. 49ersDate: Sunday, September 16, 2018Kickoff time: 4:05 p.m. ETTV: FOXWeek 2 TV map: Click hereAnnouncers: Thom Brennaman (play-by-play), Chris Spielman (analyst), Shannon Spake (sideline reporter)Online streaming: Fox Sports GoNational radio: Sports USA Media (Bob FitzgeraldHank Bauer)Local radio: WJR-AM NEWS TALK 760 (Dan Miller, Lomas Brown)Line: 49ers by 7 Sam Darnold got the call from Todd Bowles, and then he made the proud phone call to home.The 21-year-old rookie broke the news to his parents that he was named the New York Jets' starting quarterback. And they didn't hold back their excitement."Mom was crying, as usual," Darnold said Tuesday with a big smile. "Then, my Dad was just pumped for me. He just said, 'You know, you worked so hard and this is what you worked so hard for.' So, it was a cool little moment there with them and my sister. Yeah, it was fun."Mike and Chris Darnold will be in Detroit on Monday night to watch their son play against the Lions and make NFL history as the youngest quarterback to start a season opener since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.There will be plenty of other eyes on the No. 3 overall draft pick. And, Darnold is ready."We celebrate all wins," Darnold said while speaking to the media for the first time since Bowles' announcement Monday ."I know that just because I got named the starter doesn't mean we won the game Monday night. It's awesome and I'm really happy to be the starting quarterback, but I also know that I've got to go out there and do my job."That's exactly what Darnold has been doing since he got here in the spring as the potential face of the franchise.The quarterback was impressive in his ability to pick up the offense. Both Bowles and offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates raved about his maturity and ability to brush aside mistakes and not repeat them.Those traits carried over into training camp, and Darnold beat out Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater to earn the start in Week 1. Some thought it was a foregone conclusion from the moment the Jets drafted the youngster, but he consistently checked off all the boxes the Jets had for him."As a football player, whether it's Pop Warner, whether it's high school, college or now the NFL, your dream is to play the game," Darnold said."And that's what I want to do. I just want to go out there and play every single day. If Josh did get the nod, I was going to be pumped for him and I was going to be the best backup that I can be."Now that I know that I'm starting, it's an amazing feeling."Darnold acknowledged that he might be a little nervous the first time he takes the field at Ford Field http://www.authenticsdetroitlions.com/ch...ggs-jersey , but isn't thinking about any of that right now.It's all about preparing to face the Lions. And the fact that Bowles is starting a rookie quarterback in a domed stadium doesn't concern the coach much, either.After all, Darnold played his college home games for USC at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum — with a seating capacity of 93,607."I don't think it's very difficult," Bowles said. "He's been playing football all his life. He's not just coming fresh out of the womb and just grabbing the ball for the first time. He's been in crowds. He's seen crowds and he's been playing football. I don't think it's that big of a deal."It's always going to be loud in a dome and Detroit is a tough place to play, I get that, but he just has to play football. He'll be fine."The Jets have thought that all along, and Darnold carries himself with a quiet sense of cool.He's confident in himself, but understands the task at hand — and takes nothing for granted. That's why he's unfazed by being the only rookie quarterback this year to start in Week 1 or being the youngest player — ever — to do so."I mean, yeah, it's cool," he said. "It's definitely something that I pride myself on. First of all, I know that I haven't done anything yet. I haven't won any games in the NFL."So, I've just got to go out there and do my job. Knowing that I am young compared to a lot of the other starting quarterbacks, for me, I think that's more of just affirmation of knowing that I've got a long way to go."Darnold's progression has been rapid and steady, with the youngster confirming to himself this summer with some solid performances that he was ready for the NFL."I knew that once I went out there in the preseason games," he said, "and was able to call the play in the huddle, go out there and score a couple touchdowns, I knew that I could play this game at a high level."Darnold readily acknowledges the things he needs to work on — staying consistent and not turning the ball over, to name a few — and will have to continually prove himself. He also leans on some advice Bridgewater gave him shortly after he joined the Jets."He was like, 'Bro, just be yourself,'" Darnold recalled. "No matter who you are in this league, you want to win. Now that I'm named the starter, anyone, whether it's a 15-year vet or a second-year guy, they want to help anyone as much as they can if they're playing. ... When we start winning, everyone has success in the locker room."I think that's the biggest thing, knowing that I just need to be myself and if I do that, I don't really have anything else to worry about."
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