Social media not even mad over Detroit Lions' latest heartbreaking loss. Just really sad

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The Detroit Lions seemed to go through the motions for most of their Week 5 matchup against the Vikings in Minneapolis.

They couldn't move the ball much. The defense played OK. They seemed poised to take 0-5 without much of a fight.

But then, the Lions forced a fumble and recovered it. D'Andre Swift ran for a touchdown. Then Dan Campbell decided to go for two with under a minute left ... and the Lions converted.

Suddenly, they had a one-point lead.

But then. ...

The Vikings found a way to move down the field, and though Kirk Cousins seemed to take his sweet time to stop the clock, Greg Joseph's 54-yard field goal as time expired ended the Lions' hopes of notching Campbell's first victory as coach with a 19-17 loss.

Social media couldn't believe the Lions came back to take the lead. But they certainly could believe them losing it at the buzzer.

But there's a little room for criticism:

Contact Kirkland Crawford: kcrawford@freepress.com. Follow him on Twitter @HiKirkHere.

This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Social media just sad over Detroit Lions' heartbreaking loss