Lions-Bears Fight Results In Fines For Matthew Stafford, D.J. Moore

Matthew Stafford and D.J. Moore have both been fined for their roles in a Sunday fight, but it's the Chicago Bears safety who's been hit hardest in the wallet. Proving that it's not the guy who starts it, but the guy who retaliates who always gets in more trouble, Moore was fined $15,000 by the NFL. Stafford was fined just $7,500. His Detroit Lions teammate, offensive guard Rob Sims, was also fined $7,500 for joining the fight.

Stafford started the entire incident when he threw Moore to the ground following an interception. After the play was blown dead, while Stafford was on the ground, Moore retaliated by hitting the Lions QB. This started a large fight involving players from both teams, but Sims was the only player other than Moore and Stafford fined for his involvement in the fight.

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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