DETROIT (AP) -- Matthew Stafford showed he's still got work to do.
Stafford threw one interception and didn't help Detroit score a point in his three drives, and the Cleveland Browns took advantage in a 19-17 win over the Lions on Friday night.
"We learn from the good stuff and the bad stuff," Stafford said.
Backup quarterback Shaun Hill led two touchdown drives in the first half to put the Lions (No. 11 in the AP Pro 32) ahead 14-3 in the first half.
When all of the reserves for both teams took over in the second half, the Browns outscored Detroit 16-3.
Jeff Wolfert's 45-yard field goal with 28 seconds left won it for Cleveland (No. 30) after the Lions stopped Adonis Thomas on a 2-point conversion with 6:05 left to keep the lead, but keep the ball to seal a win.
Detroit's last shot ended when rookie Kellen Moore heaved a pass that was intercepted by David Sims at the Cleveland 36 with 34 seconds left.
"Regardless of whether or not they count, it is always more fun to win," C...