Stafford's first pass was returned 82 yards for a touchdown by Justin Bethel, but the player with the richest contract in the National Football League bounced back. His favorite target? Rookie wide receiver Kenny Golladay, who caught four of Stafford's passes for 69 yards and two second-half scores. Stafford had a strong fantasy day (29-of-41, 292 yards, four touchdowns) and the beneficiaries were Tate and Golladay - with Golladay becoming an emerging star. Golden Tate led all Detroit receivers with 107 yards on 10 catches.
The sparkling two-touchdown debut of third-round rookie receiver Kenny Golladay, plus the shocking four-takeaway performance of the Lions defense, resulted in 20 unanswered points and a massive 35-17 win.
The Lions' defense was dominant in all facets on Sunday, intercepting Palmer three times and causing two fumbles by Cardinals' running back David Johnson, one of which was recovered by Detroit.
Johnson was held in check Sunday, finishing with just 23 yards on 11 carries. That capped a 94-yard, 12-play drive. The Lions were in scoring range, so the swing in momentum here was huge. The two-point conversion failed, leaving Arizona in front by two points.
After forcing yet another punt, Stafford looked to Golladay again, heaving a bomb out of play-action.
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Arizona's secondary did a fine job against Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in the first half. Instead, Bethel got a running start towards the end zone as he happily picked off the pass to give Arizona an early 7-0 lead.
Redfern had been with the Lions during camp and was replacing the injured Sam Martin, who is now on the Lions' NFI list.
Redfern suffered a knee injury scrambling on the play, which forced kicker Matt Prater to handle punting duties the final three quarters and Jake Rudock to handle holding duties on kicks.
NOTES: LB Deone Bucannon (ankle) and DT Robert Nkemdiche (calf) were among the inactives for the Cardinals.
The 22-year-old, who played his college football at the University of MS, was selected by Arizona in the first round (29th pick overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. Detroit's last victory over Arizona was a 29-21 home triumph on November 13, 2005. He jumped over an Arizona defensive back on a fade route that was reminiscent of what the Lions used to do with Calvin Johnson.