VIDEO: Lions, Bears Decide To Fight Because Why Not?

The Detroit Lions are not having a very good day. Matthew Stafford has thrown a couple of pick sixes and his teammates aren't exactly giving him a lot of help. Perhaps frustrated with his fourth interception, Stafford took down Chicago Bears defensive back D.J. Moore while they were both in pursuit.

Moore, apparently annoyed Stafford took him down by the head, reacted by pouncing on Stafford after the play had been blown dead. Unfortunately for Moore, Stafford was surrounded by teammates, who quickly got involved, starting a mini scrum in an increasingly chippy game. Here's the wonderful video.

Moore was ejected on the play, the only player tossed out of the game. He definitely deserved it, but it wouldn't have been surprising to see a couple of Lions get the boot, as well.

For more highlights, check out our NFL Week 10 Highlight Videos StoryStream. For more on the two teams, check out Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron and Detroit Lions blog Pride Of Detroit.

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