The Detroit Lions have scored once on the ground and once through the air in the first half, and lead their 2012 preseason opener against the Cleveland Browns 14-3 after two quarters of play.
Keiland Williams got the Lions on the board with just over a minute left in the first quarter, scoring from five yards out. Shaun Hill, who entered the game for starter Matthew Stafford late in the first quarter, completed a three yard pass to Stefan Logan on fourth and goal with just over two minutes left in the half to put Detroit up by 11.
The Lions's running game has been impressive, gaining 115 yards in the first half on 18 carries. Williams has eight rushes for 69 yards, with Kevin Smith carrying the ball five times for 28 yards.
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