The Detroit Lions won their second straight game Sunday, and while doing so, they did some things they haven't done in a while.

The Lions Hadn't Rallied To Win From 14 Points Down In The 4th Quarter Since 1993

The Lions trailed the Chicago Bears 24-10 early in the fourth quarter, but overcame it and won. They had not rallied from two touchdowns behind since 1993 when they rallied from a 27-13 deficit and won 30-27. They had failed 98 times since then to stage such a rally.

It was the Lions' second straight win, and more importantly, their third win of the season, which matches last season's entire win total with still eight games remaining. So maybe they ARE improving, if only a little a time.

And let's be honest, there ain't no party like a Lions victory party!

Can they get three in a row?

Here's some more partying, including Aidan Hutchinson dancing, which is video GOLD!

Winning is just plain FUN, isn't it?

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The Lions Also Did Something They Haven't Done In Nearly 50 Years!

The Lions notched touchdowns by passing, rushing and by an interception return (by past number one pick Jeff Okudah), it's the first time they've scored that triple since November 18, 1973, also in Chicago against the Bears.

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It was their first road win in nearly two years, going back to December 2020 when they again beat the Bears at Soldier Field.

Okudah's pick-six was the franchise's 3000th touchdown. They added another later to give them 3001 -- 1560 passing, 1147 rushing, and 294 on defense and special teams.

Sunday's game also reunited Lions star receiver Amon Ra St. Brown with his brother Equanimous. They swapped jerseys after the game, with Amon Ra clearly happier than his disappointed Bear brother.

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