Found November 20, 2011 on Lions Blog:
More boos here at Ford Field. Keiland Williams fumbles at the 28, a fumble forced by Jordan Senn. Fumble picked up by Andre Neblett. This is the Lions third turnover of the quarter, and we still have 2:24 left.
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