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Throwing three picks, Matthew Stafford is struggling.
The 2011 season seems like an eternity ago, and today's game in Arizona is proof positive of how much the Detroit Lions have struggled this year. Matthew Stafford threw his third interception of the day, and it put the nail in the coffin -- sealing an Arizona Cardinals victory, as they rebounded from last week's blowout at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks.
Completing less than 50 percent of his passes, Stafford managed to find Calvin Johnson for 121 yards, but he didn't have enough complementary weapons to have success. His final interception was a 102-yard pick-six that saw Greg Toler take it to the house.
Matthew Stafford finished the day with a QB rating of less than 50, and now the Lions will look forward to 2013.