Lions Maul Kansas City in Season Home Opener
It's starting to look as if the preseason hype and performance weren't just a fluke.
The Lions are now 2-0 in the season, pummeling the Kansas City Chiefs in the season home opener at Ford Field 48-3.
Kansas City got a field goal midway through the first quarter, but that was all the offense they'd have all day. Fumbles and interceptions plagued them throughout the game, often resulting in scoring opportunities for the Lions.
Six Kansas City turnovers led to 34 points for the Lions.
The Lions also showed confidence in quarterback Matthew Stafford and their offense, going for it when it was 4th and goal in two opportunities that resulted in touchdowns.
Stafford threw 23/39 for 294 yards, with four touchdowns and only one interception.
Detroit will next play against the Vikings in Minnesota on September 25. The Vikings are 0-2 after today's loss against Tampa Bay.