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Stafford, Johnson lead Lions to 34-17 victory over Bears

DETROIT -- Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions found the perfect antidote for their struggling offense -- a Thanksgiving date with the Chicago Bears. Stafford threw for a season-high 390 yards and Calvin Johnson and Joique Bell each scored two touchdowns as the Lions had their second-best offensive output of the season in a 34-17 win at Ford Field. The Lions, winners of two straight on Thanksgiving for the first time 1999-2000, had gone back-to-back games without a touchdown, losses to the conference-leading Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots. Thursday, they feasted on a Bears defense that's one of the worst in the NFL. Stafford completed 34 of 45 passes and pulled the ...

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