The Detroit Lions could have secured a playoff spot, however rather they will confront disposal after their 42-21 misfortune to the Dallas Cattle rustlers. The Lions could go from being the conceivable number two seed in the playoff field to missing the postseason by and large.
In the event that that happens, the Lions would need to have the Carolina Pumas (6-9) beat the Tampa Narrows Marauders (8-7) and have the Washington Redskins (8-6-1) lose at home to the New York Goliaths (10-5) with a specific end goal to make the playoffs.
The Lions had no answer Monday for the Cattle rustlers’ fabulous trio of Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant. Prescott tied the NFL new kid on the block record for wins by finishing 15 of his 20 pass endeavors for 212 yards and three touchdowns. He likewise kept running for 35 yards.
Bryant represented three touchdowns with four gets for 70 yards and two touchdown gatherings. He even tossed a 10-yard scoring strike to tight end Jason Witten. Bryant’s enormous plays were not constrained to his touchdown pass. His first touchdown gathering of the night was a stunning catch with a guard hanging all over him.
You know how you chip away at a play all year, yet never call it? [Offensive facilitator Scott Linehan] called it and I resembled, ‘Whoa?'” Bryant said of his touchdown pass. We finished it twice by and by.
Had the Lions won Monday, they could play one week from now for the number two seed if the Atlanta Birds of prey (10-5) were to lose at home against the New Orleans Holy people (7-8). Obviously, a win over the Packers, who have won five straight, would in any case give the Lions a division title and a home playoff amusement.
It was clear the Lions missed harmed corner back Darius Kill, who is flawed for one week from now. Things were going so well for the Lions only several weeks back. However, now they are battling for their playoff lives.