Down 24, Stafford leads Lions past Cowboys 34-30

Matthew Stafford saw his defense start
wiping out a 24-point deficit with interceptions returned for
touchdowns on consecutive drives midway through the third quarter,
then he and Calvin Johnson took over from there, leading the
Detroit Lions to a stunning 34-30 victory over the Dallas Cowboys
on Sunday.
A week after turning a 20-point halftime deficit into an
overtime win, the Lions provided further proof they're a legitimate
contender this season.
Detroit is 4-0 and has won an NFL-best eight straight games.
This also was its franchise-record fifth straight road win,
avenging a loss here last November that had been its NFL-record
26th straight road loss.
Tony Romo and the Cowboys (2-2) continued to show there's no
lead and no deficit too big for them. They blew a 14-point
fourth-quarter lead for the first time in franchise history in the
opener.