The loss snapped a three-game winning streak, but was still a positive moment for the team, as the Lions rallied to tie the game at 25 before quarterback Josh Allen led the Bills to a winning field goal with two seconds remaining. Jamaal Williams reached the end zone again for the Lions, giving him 13 — three shy of tying Barry Sanders' single-season franchise record — through just 11 games.
Campbell isn't one to focus on the past, but it may be unavoidable this week as the Jacksonville Jaguars come to Ford Field. The Jags are 4-7 and on the rebound from finishing with the NFL's worst record last season. That earned them the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft, which they spent on Georgia edge rusher/linebacker Trayvon Walker over Michigan edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson. The Wolverines' record-holder for sacks in a season fell to the Lions at No. 2; he leads the Lions in sacks with 5½, three more than any teammate.
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