Video: Matthew Stafford Pass To Maurice Morris Cuts Saints Lead To 24-17

The Detroit Lions offense has finally begun clicking in the second half of their Sunday Night Football matchup against the New Orleans Saints. Following a field goal and a touchdown in the third quarter, the Lions have come within a touchdown and now trail the Saints by a score of 24-17.

Matthew Stafford led a huge Lions drive into the end zone, taking Detroit 92 yards down the field on nine plays. The final play of the drive came with 0:43 left in the third quarter, as he tossed a nine-yard pass to Maurice Morris, who dived into the end zone for a touchdown.

Stafford so far is 22-for-26 with 291 passing yards, a touchdown and no interceptions. His counterpart, Drew Brees, is 17-for-24 with 259 passing yards and two touchdowns, and has so far been quiet in the second half.

To keep up to date with the Saints, please visit Canal Street Chronicles. For news and information regarding the Lions, please visit Pride of Detroit.

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