Thanksgiving got off to a great start with the early game, Lions were taking on the Vikings in a rare meaningful Turkey day game for the Lions. Usually by this point in the season the Lions are already way out of the playoff hunt, but to everyone's surprise this game was actually for the lead in the NFC North division standings, and just may have been the most important game of the day. The Vikings finally broke a 4 game losing streak last week when they beat the Cardinals, only thing about that game was the Cardinals have just as many if not more problems than the Vikings have right now, so that win didn't say much. Vikings had to come to Detroit to play a hot Lions team that had beaten them just a couple weeks ago. Detroit looked like they were going to have their way with the Vikings early, Stafford and company were moving the ball down the field with little to no resistance, and the Vikings were doing the same against a poor Lions defense. Inbetween the first and fourth quarter there wasn't much action and or scoring, the fourth quarter would make up for lack of entertainment throughout the game. The Lions would tie the game up late, then the Vikings would try to finish Detroit off without having to go to overtime. That hope didn't last long, that's the problem you have with Bradford, he can't win you games late since he's the definition of mediocre. He threw a pick early into the Vikings final drive that would set up the Lions for a game winning field goal attempt. Honestly, what is better than watching the Vikings continue to free fall from a 5-0 start, with Sam Bradford throwing a late game interception that cost his team the game. Minnesota falls to 6-5 on the season, Detroit takes the lead in the NFC North, and everyone in the football world is wondering what the hell is going on in that division. The Packers suck all of the sudden, the Vikings who looked like a possible Super Bowl contender are now a complete dumpster fire, and the Detroit Lions without Calvin Johnson are the division leaders. Yeah I think it's safe to say the earth has shifted off its axis, that's the only reasonable explanation for this madness.