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Chicago and Detroit are both 6-and-5 after losing yesterday

Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (C ) chases the ball after a fumble and before Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers (L ) re
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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (C ) chases the ball after a fumble and before Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers (L ) re

(WNFL) - N-F-C North co-leaders Chicago and Detroit are both 6-and-5 after losing yesterday.  The Bears fell at Saint Louis 42-to-21, while the Lions lost at home to Tampa Bay 24-21.

Detroit committed five turnovers with four interceptions and a fumble recovery.  Tampa also blocked a punt, and Mike Glennon threw a pair of touchdown passes to Tiquan Underwood.  Lions' quarterback Matthew Stafford threw for 297 yards and three touchdowns as Detroit lost its second straight. The Bears gave up 258 yards on the ground in their loss at Saint Louis.  Zac Stacy, Benny Cunningham, and Tavon Austin each had rushing touchdowns for Saint Louis.  Josh McCown threw for 352 yards with two touchdowns and an interception for Chicago.

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