Tate Completes Two-Point Conversion Pass To Stafford

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During his press conference after the game, Caldwell refused to give any information whatsoever as to whether or not he will still be the Lions head coach come Monday.

Not much from the Detroit Lions' final game this season will be of effect, but the statistics still count, and Matthew Stafford found himself a pretty impressive one. Stafford had one of his best seasons to date, completing 371-of-565 passes (65.7%) for 4,446 yards (7.9 YPA) and a 29:10 TD:INT mark.

Earlier in the game, Stafford and Tate linked up in more traditional fashion for a 71-yard touchdown. Jones continued his excellent record against the Packers with four receptions for 81 yards and a touchdown.

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The Detroit Lions scored 27 straight points to upend their longtime rivals, the Green Bay Packers, 35-11 at Ford Field on Sunday afternoon.

Linebacker Jarrad Davis capped off a terrific rookie season leading the Detroit Lions with 12 total tackles and an interception. Jones had six catches for 109 yards and two TDs.

Everyone got in on the act, including Stafford, who found himself on the receiving end of a two-point conversion thrown by Golden Tate.

Watch the top plays from the Week 17 matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions. Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph (82) runs into the end zone for a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game against the Detroit Lions, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, in Detroit.

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