Two-minute drill: Lions 28, Seahawks 24
• Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford completed 34 of 49 passes against Seattle for 352 yards and three touchdowns. He's the first quarterback in more than a year to throw three scoring passes against Seattle.
Detroit receiver Titus Young caught nine passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning score with 20 seconds left. He's the second player to amass 100 yards receiving against Seattle this season.
Play of the game
Detroit's last chance at the game-winning touchdown came on third-and-goal from the Seattle 1 in the final minute. Stafford threw on a three-step drop to Titus Young, who was lined up in the slot. The Seahawks were in a zone coverage, which is why cornerback Brandon Browner was shaded to the outside. Linebacker K.J. Wright wasn't in position to defend the quick slant, and all Browner could do was jump over top the diving Young as caught the deciding touchdown.
The Lions faced third-and-10 from the Seattle 12, the Seahawks needing a stop to force a field-goal attempt to force overtime. Instead, Stafford completed a pass to running back Joique Bell, who very nearly scored. It was one of Detroit's 12 third-down conversions in the game. Five of those conversions occurred on third downs in which the Lions needed 7 yards or more.
By the numbers
77 -- yard touchdown run by Lynch was the longest of his career, and Seattle's longest run from scrimmage since Shaun Alexander's 88-yard touchdown run at Arizona in November 2005.
28 -- The most points Seattle has allowed in its past 16 regular-season games.
24 -- The most points Seattle has scored in a road game this season.
8 -- consecutive games in which Seattle has scored first this season.
Lions: CB Louis Delmas suffered a knee injury in the second half. Seahawks: FB Michael Robinson and WR Ben Obomanu suffered wrist injuries while WR Golden Tate finished the game despite an injured ankle.