The Detroit Lions had a 24-6 lead late in the fourth quarter of their Week 1 game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. When regulation ended, the game was tied 24-24. Arizona rookie quarterback Kyler Murray — in his NFL debut — led the Cardinals to an 18-point fourth quarter to send the game to overtime.
In overtime, both teams scored three points, and the game ended in a 27-27 tie. With 4th-and-7 at the Lions’ 46-yard line and 1:10 remaining, Arizona first-year head coach Kliff Kingsbury chose to punt. Or, he chose to accept a tie, rather than risk not getting a first down and leaving the Lions with good field position. Still, the Cardinals almost found a way to win the game, when Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford — from his own 15-yard line — threw a should-be interception that was dropped by Tramaine Brock in the final seconds.
But enough of our summary. We’ll just go with this analysis from the Detroit Free Press:
FINAL: The Lions Lions’d, the Cardinals Cardinals’d, everyone’s unhappy and it’s all okay because one day the Earth will get swallowed by the sun and nothing will ever exist ever again
— Detroit Free Press (@freep) September 9, 2019
It would seem that Nihilist Arby’s may be running the Detroit Free Press Twitter account.