Week 4 Observations by Tim and Mike…

Magical Moment: Amon-Ra St. Brown’s remarkable 24-yard touchdown in Thursday night’s game was truly spectacular, primarily due to the clever route he executed to become wide open. His stick, spin, and go move completely outwitted the Packers’ defense.

St. Brown revealed that this play had been on Coach Ben Johnson’s radar since the previous week, and he was determined to call it in this game.

The quick transition from the huddle featured several rapid stick routes, essentially resembling a quick pump around five yards.

Quarterback Jared executed a quick pump fake, leaving St. Brown wide open. In a post-game conversation with Packers safety Rasul Douglas, he admitted that their defense was left in awe and not even upset about it. St. Brown humorously remarked that he would have fallen for it too.

First-Quarter Dominance: The Lions utterly dominated the first quarter, with 194 scrimmage yards and a commanding 9-0 lead in first downs, showcasing their dominance over their opponent.

Northern Champions: The Lions’ victory on Thursday marked their sixth consecutive win against a division rival, a feat they hadn’t achieved since 1995. With a 3-1 record, the Lions currently stand alone at the top of the NFC North.

Ground Game Prowess: Once again, the offensive line demonstrated their proficiency by paving the way for the Lions to amass an impressive 211 rushing yards.

Running back David Montgomery was the standout, accumulating 121 yards and three touchdowns. Coach Dan Campbell summed it up well in a post-game interview, stating that Montgomery possesses the ability to create opportunities even when not every defender is blocked.

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