The Detroit Lions got a 22-16 win over Minnesota Vikings in overtime on Sunday, improving to 5-4 on the season.
The Lions got on the board first with a Matt Prater field goal, but two drives later, the Vikings tied it up with help from Blair Walsh.
Detroit added a touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford to Anquan Boldin just seconds before halftime, giving them a 10-3 lead at the half.
The Vikings got a touchdown on a Sam Bradford pass to Kyle Rudolph, but Walsh missed the extra point, keeping Minnesota down 10-9.
On the Vikings' next drive, the Lions blocked a field goal that would've given them the lead. On the ensuing drive, Prater kicked another field goal, giving them a 13-9 lead.
With 23 seconds left, Rhett Ellison ran a 1-yard touchdown, giving Minnesota a 16-13 lead. He fumbled the ball, but it was ruled he was in the endzone when the fumble happened.
Matt Prater kicked a 58-yard field goal to the the game up at 16-16 as time expired.
Stafford completed a pass to Golden Tate in overtime, broke a couple tackles and scored the game-winning touchdown.