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DETROIT -- Matthew Stafford threw a go-ahead, 18-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin with 16 seconds left to lift the Detroit Lions to a 20-17 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.The Lions (4-3) extended their winning streak to three games.The Redskins (4-3) had won four straight.Stafford, who set up game-winning kicks in the previous two games, led his team to another win in the 100th game of his career. He was 18 of 29 for 266 yards, one TD and no turnovers.Kirk Cousins scored a go-ahead TD on a 19-yard run with 1:05 left.The Redskins, though, failed to stop Stafford from throwing or running on his last possession and could not overcome mistakes that included turnovers, a missed field goal and penalties.Cousins looked like he was going to make up for a lost fumble in the third quarter when he put Washington ahead. He faked a handoff to Chris Thompson, tucked the ball away and ran to the right around the outside to score against a defense that didnt expect him to be carrying the ball in a critical situation. Cousins finished 30 of 39 for 301 yards with a TD and a fumble.Detroits Zach Zenner scored on a 1-yard run midway through the third quarter against a defense that hadnt given up a TD in nine quarters, giving Detroit a 10-3 lead.Both teams lost their top cornerback to an injury during the game.Washingtons Josh Norman was knocked out of the game with a concussion, landing hard on his left shoulder after giving up a 52-yard pass to Marvin Jones in the third quarter. Detroits Darius Slay left the game with a hamstring injury in the second quarter.COSTLY FUMBLES:Detroit made field goals after each of Washingtons lost fumbles, including Matt Jones into the Lions end zone early in the game. Jones appeared to move down on the depth chart after the turnover as Thompson and Robert Kelley got more carries.LUCKY BOUNCEStafford completed a 16-yard pass to Golden Tate in the first quarter that bounced off the back of Bashaud Breeland.INJURY REPORTThe Redskins were without standout tight end Jordan Reed for a second straight game because of a concussion. Vernon Davis replaced him in the lineup and had season highs with six receptions and 77 yards. Detroits banged-up backfield, which is missing Dwayne Washington (ankle) and Theo Riddick (ankle), created an opportunity for Justin Forsett to play a larger role in his second game with the team. Forsett was given the ball on four straight plays at one point and finished with eight carries for 33 yards and two receptions for 15 yards.UP NEXTThe Redskins play Cincinnati in London.Detroit hits the road to face Houston after being at home for three straight games.---Online: AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL---Follow Larry Lage at http://www.twitter.com/larrylage and follow his work at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/larry-lage Joe Staley Super Bowl Jersey . JOHNS, N. Kyle Juszczyk Super Bowl Jersey . It was just business as usual for the Thunder at home. Durant scored 32 points and the Thunder beat the Bulls 107-95 on Thursday night for their eighth straight win. http://www.authenticsf49erspro.com/Kentavius-street-49ers-jersey/ . PETERSBURG, Fla. Jerick McKinnon Super Bowl Jersey . 9. Price, heading to the 2014 Olympics for Canada, was named the First Star after posting wins in three starts with a 1.00 goals-against average and a .971 save percentage. Dee Ford Super Bowl Jersey . According to a report from the Vancouver Province, the Lions are expected to replace former DC Rich Stubler with defensive backs coach Mark Washington. ST. LOUIS -- A year ago, a San Francisco 49ers touchdown run against the Rams would have been cause for despair at the Hot Shots Bar & Grill in suburban St. Louis. On Monday night, it was cause for celebration.About 50 patrons cheered every Rams mistake and every 49ers success during the game, the first since Rams owner Stan Kroenke took his football team back to Los Angeles after a 21-year stay in St. Louis. The 49ers posted their first season-opening shutout in franchise history, beating the Rams 28-0.Eight months after the league approved Kroenkes relocation request, jilted fans in and around the Gateway City havent shaken the resentment. Not by a long shot.Whoever they play, Im rooting against them, Peter Mueller, a 22-year-old security officer from Wentzville, Missouri, said while watching one of several TVs tuned to the game.Mueller acknowledged its a bittersweet feeling. His father had season tickets at the Edward Jones Dome, and he often tagged along to games, including those in the glory days when the Rams won one Super Bowl, in 2000, and lost another two years later.The Rams have ranged from bad to awful in the years since, but fans agree that bad football was better than no football. Kroenke, a native Missourian, is now Public Enemy No. 1 in St. Louis.I definitely feel betrayed, said 66-year-old Buzz Webb. The retired real estate agent figures that since his daughters live in Kansas City, hell take a shine to the Chiefs.I still love the Rams players that were here, but the Rams as a whole -- long gone to me, Webb said.St. Louis is widely known as a baseball city, and rightly so given the Cardinals history of success on the field and in the stands. They have topped the 3 million attendancce mark for the 13th straight season.dddddddddddd It wasnt long ago that the Rams were at the top of the heap, too.Hundreds of thousands lined the streets downtown in 2000 after the Rams beat the Tennessee Titans 23-16 in Super Bowl 34. The Rams sold out every home game from their arrival in 1995 until December 2006, a 95-game streak that ended due to a dreadful run of football that continued through their departure. The team hasnt had a winning season since 2003. By last season, the on-field performance and Kroenkes obvious interest in L.A. caused the Rams to drop to the bottom of the NFL in attendance.Kroenkes proposal to move the team west and build a $2 billion stadium in Inglewood, California, was met warmly by league owners, helped along by the teams scathing analysis of the St. Louis market that became public days before the NFL relocation vote in January. That analysis still sticks in the craw of many fans, including 24-year-old St. Louis County police officer Scott MacKenzie, who watched the game at Hot Shots with Mueller.That really turned me against Kroenke and the Rams, MacKenzie said.At a Turn or Burn event Saturday, about 150 people came to the Elks Lodge in Oakville, a St. Louis suburb, with their old Rams clothing and hats. They could either burn it or have it shipped to Los Angeles and donated to needy veterans. Most opted to donate.Bob Eckelkamp, 70, who helped coordinate the event, said one of the highlights of the night was shooting paintballs at a poster of Kroenke.I dont know if people hate the Rams so much, Eckelkamp said. They mostly hate Kroenke. ' ' '

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