Lions take 13-3 lead into halftime

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The Detroit Lions kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 20-10 win over the Chicago Bears on Saturday night.

Detroit got points on the game's opening possession, driving 47 yards with the help of an unnecessary roughness penalty against the Bears, which set up a 48-yard Matt Prater field goal. After that, you had Marvin Jones make a circus catch by out-jumping Bears safety Eddie Jackson.

Matthew Stafford threw two touchdowns for the Lions, and Darius Slay had a pair of interceptions as Detroit moved to 8-6. If this football thing doesn't work out for T.J. Jones, Marvin Jones, Kenny Golladay, Eric Ebron and Theo Riddick, they might have a future on Broadway with the Rockettes.

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Irvin was brutally honest about Fox, questioning the first-half game plan limiting quarterback Mitch Trubisky's downfield looks. Three plays later, on a designed rollout, Stafford found TJ Jones for a 3-yard touchdown, putting the Lions up 13-0.

Following a touchdown during Saturday's game against Chicago, multiple Lions players lined up shoulder to shoulder and busted out a flawless Rockettes-themed dance line.

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