Moore guides Lions to comeback victory

Former Boise State standout quarterback Kellen Moore has taken his knack for coming back to the NFL. On Saturday, Moore led the Detroit Lions on a four-play, 50-yard drive, capped off by a 21-yard touchdown pass, as the Lions defeated the Cleveland Browns, 13-12.

Down 12-6 late in the game, the Lions, led by Moore, took over the ball at the 50-yard line. The former Bronco chipped away at the Cleveland defense, before capping the victory off when he found a streaking Corey Fuller down the left sideline for the game-winning touchdown.

Moore finished the night 11-for-13, passing for 121 yards and the game's only touchdown.

Since being signed in 2012 by the Lions, Moore has yet to be active for a regular season game in the NFL. His play on Saturday, however, improves his stock as a possible backup quarterback for the Lions.


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