However, the Bears are feisty and the Lions are still alive for the postseason. Matthew Stafford connected with TJ Jones to help Detroit establish a 13-0 lead. The 7-6 Lions host the 4-9 Chicago Bears at Ford Field in a 4:30 p.m. contest.
Here's everything you need to know to watch the game, or follow along as we bring you the latest score, live updates and more. That position is not where many within the organization expected the team to be at this point of the season, and the underachieving squad has once again placed coach Jim Caldwell in a precarious position.
In his second year in Detroit as a No. 1 receiver, Marvin Jones now has this catch, the double-coverage jump-ball touchdown he pulled in against the Vikings on a free play and the spinning, falling touchdown grab he made against the Saints through pass interference.
Returning to the lineup this week are running back Ameer Abdullah and return man Jamal Agnew.
The Bears will also be without safety Adrian Amos, who will miss his third straight game due to a hamstring injury.
INJURY REPORT: Detroit center Travis Swanson (concussion) and right tackle Rick Wagner (ankle) were ruled out after both were unable to practice this week. Guard T.J. Lang, who had been listed as questionable with a foot injury, is active and will start against the Chicago Bears.