The versatile running back took a 2nd-and-20 pass and caught it for a first down inside the 5-yard line against the Detroit Lions in the Week 1 game between the teams. Stafford's pick came two plays after Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer threw an equally ugly interception.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay was owned in 4.6 percent of ESPN Fantasy Football leagues going into this weekend.
The Lions have players who will get yards after contact. Detroit just backed up a Brinks truck to Matt Stafford's house so the confidence is certainly there that he can lead them to the Super Bowl and if the likes of Golden Tate, Marvin Jones, Eric Ebron, and Ameer Abdullah can stay healthy and productive the Lions are certainly on the radar as a potential playoff team.
The Cardinals suffered a scare during Sunday's 35-23 loss to the Lions when star running back David Johnson left the game during the second half with a wrist injury.More news: United States seeks to mandate anti-hacking defences for self-driving cars
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The Detroit Lions got blown out by the champions in the first quarter 24-0.
The Lions offense responded by stalling out again as the game looked to be slipping away, before the defense delivered yet another game-altering turnover.
Lions tackle A'Shawn Robinson forced a fumble that was recovered and returned by rookie Jarrad Davis, setting up a quick Theo Riddick touchdown catch.
Arizona announced during the game that Johnson was questionable for return. Stafford has the weapons he needs to get back to the playoffs, but question marks are all over this defense. On a long, leading pass of 50 yards into the end zone, Golladay stretched out as much as he could and dove, bringing the ball in without it hitting the ground through some magic I can't explain.