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Corey Fuller caught a five yard touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford with 1:48 left in the game as the Detroit Lions came back from 13 points down to beat the New Orleans Saints 24-23 Sunday afternoon in Ford Field. Detroit (5-2) was down 17-3 in the third quarter when Joique Bell found the end zone from a yard out to get the Lions within seven. New Orleans (2-4) then increased the lead to 13 on two Shayne Graham field goals. With 3:38 left in the game, Stafford then hooked up with Golden Tate on a 73 yard strike to get Detroit with six. On the Saints next possession Glover Quin stepped in front of a Drew Brees pass with 3:20 left to set up Fuller's game winner. Stafford finished 27 out of 40 for 299 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, Bell led the Lions in rushing carrying 18 times for 48 yards and Tate had a career high in receiving yards with 154 on 10 receptions. The Lions will travel to London this week to face the Atlanta Falcons across the pond. Pregame coverage begins at 8:30am on The Game 730 AM WVFN