Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford threw touchdown passes to Calvin Johnson and Titus Young in the second quarter of Friday's 27-12 preseason win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Stafford played most of the first half, completing 12-for-17 passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Johnson caught five passes for 111 yards. Detroit's defense held Baltimore without a touchdown and sacked Ravens quarterbacks twice.
Baltimore cut Detroit's lead to 20-12 on a 45-yard field goal by Justin Tucker with 2:12 left in the game. Baltimore's Omar Brown then recovered the onside kick inside Lions territory, giving the Ravens the ball trailing by just one score. Detroit's Carmen Messina intercepted a pass by Ravens quarterback Curtis Painter to end the Baltimore threat.
Lions running back Stephfon Green took a handoff 76 yards for a touchdown to put the Lions up 27-12 in the final minute of the game. He finished with 92 yards rushing on six carries.
The Lions were penalized 11 times for 98 yards, but only had one turnover in the game. Jason Hanson and Derek Dimke each had a field goal for the Lions. Tucker and Billy Cundiff each kicked two field goals for Baltimore.
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