-The game's first score was a fumble recovery in the end zone by safety Kenny Vaccaro.
Pardon the New Orleans Saints for trying to blow a 35-point lead for a tense few minutes Sunday in the Superdome. Stafford ended the day throwing for 312 yards for three touchdowns and three interceptions.
While the Lions turned what appeared to be a blowout into a relatively close game, their comeback was fueled by a 58-yard punt return by Thomas Morstead and a pick six of their own by A'Shawn Robinson. In that contest, he was brilliant, completing 30 of 42 passes for 341 yards and two touchdowns. After losing their first two games of the season, the Saints have bounced back with wins at the Carolina Panthers and in London against the Miami Dolphins.
New Orleans raced to a 31-10 halftime lead, expanded it to 38-10 on a 2-yard pass from Brees to tight end Michael Hoomanawanui and then to 45-10 on Lattimore's touchdown with 8:34 left in the third quarter.
Of course, Detroit started the game without starting left tackle Taylor Decker, right guard T.J. Lang, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and defensive end Kerry Hyder, Jr., leaving unknowns like Brian Mihalik and Tim Lelito trying to keep the NFL's highest-paid player safe.
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Six plays later, Ingram scored from 1 yard out to put New Orleans up 24-7.
NOTES: Detroit QB Matthew Stafford normally takes 65 percent of his snaps in the shotgun, but his sore right ankle forced him to work exclusively from the gun against the Saints.
But it wasn't enough as poor offensive line play, a lack of defense and turnovers had done more damage than another fourth quarter comeback could fix. New Orleans RB Mark Ingram's 51-yard run was the longest given up by the Lions this year.
Ted Ginn hauled in all four of his targets for 66 yards and a touchdown in the Saints' Week 6 win over the Lions. The loss was costly for the Lions.