The Tennessee Titans beat the Detroit Lions in overtime at LP Field, with a final score of 44-41.
It was the Titans first win of the season.
Rob Bironas kicked a 26-yard field goal in overtime, and the Titans stopped backup quarterback Shaun Hill on fourth-and-1 at the Tennessee 7 to get the win.
The Titans had five touchdowns in their strongest offensive showing of the season.
Titans quarterback Jake Locker went 25-for-34 during the first four quarters, with 350 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Running back Chris Johnson had 13 carries for 32 yards and wide receivers Kenny Britt and Kendall Wright had six receptions each.
Wide receiver Nate Washington extended his streak of consecutive games with at least one reception to 65. Washington's 71-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter tied his record for longest career reception.
The Lions had a slow start but were able to tie it up in the last five seconds with a hail Mary pass to Titus Young.
Stafford went 33-for-42 for 278 yards and a TD.
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