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Prater or Lightbourn: Which failed kick was more spectacular?

Prater or Lightbourn: Which failed kick was more spectacular?

Matt Prater of the Lions and Caleb Lightbourn of the Cornhuskers botched kicks this weekend, but whose flub was more impressive?
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Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings: Third quarter open thread

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings: Third quarter open thread

Like Spinal Tap, the Vikings have taken their lead to 11. Trailing the Minnesota Vikings by a score of 7-0 to start the second quarter, the Detroit Lions got things started with a penalty on center Graham Glasgow to give them a first and goal at the Minnesota 9-yard line. Kerryon Johnson was stopped for no gain on first down, and an incompletion on second down brought up third and goal. Sheldon Richardson and Sebastian Thunderbucket Tom Johnson combined to bring Stafford down for a sack on third down, and the Lions called on Matt Prater for a 35-yard field goal attempt that split the...

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