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Sunday’s Week 4 matchup between the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks appeared like a dull contest on paper, but the NFC game resulted in an offense-happy slugfest that ended in Scorigami.
In case you’ve never heard of the unofficial NFL scoring game, the account’s slogan reads: Tracking the chances that NFL games finish with a score that’s never happened before.
For short: a 48-45 score has never happened in the NFL before.
Sunday’s game was a scoring fest, with Jared Goff and Geno Smith both passing for over 300 yards.
Dan Campbell’s crew put in a hard-fought effort against Pete Carroll’s Seahawks. The Lions offense outscored their opponent 22-10 in the fourth quarter but fell just three points short of pushing the contest to overtime.
With a stout offense line, a mad runner in Jamaal Williams and a dynamic tight end, the Lions held their ground but suffered the deflating loss.
Lions tight end TJ Hockenson had a MONSTER day: tallying eight catches for 179 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
Detroit’s offense continues to boast one of the biggest surprises of the season.
Fun fact: Scorigami creator Dave Mattingly appeared in four episodes of Jeopardy!, winning in three of his appearances for a total of $79,400 in prize money. What a score!