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By the numbers: Week 11

3: Detroit has just three interceptions through 10 games, the fewest in the NFL this season. New England leads the league with 19.

3.9: Running back Bo Scarbrough averaged 3.9 yards per rush in his debut Sunday against Dallas. Nine of his 14 runs went for four or more yards.

8: Wide receivers Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones Jr. lead the NFL with eight receiving touchdowns along with Jacksonville's D.J. Chark.

13: Cornerback Darius Slay notched his 13th game with at least three pass defenses, the most by any player since he entered the NFL in 2013.

30: The Lions rank 30th in total defense (412.8) and 30th against the pass (288.6).

48: Pass completions of 20-plus yards for the Lions' offense this season. That's one more than Dallas and Kansas City for the league lead.

59: The number of explosive plays (15-plus yard rushes & 20-plus yard passes) Detroit's defense has allowed this season, the fourth most in the NFL.

62.5: Detroit is allowing a touchdown on 62.5 percent of opponent possessions in the red zone, which ranks 28th. Only the New York Jets (64.5), Houston (65.5), Oakland (65.6) and Carolina (65.7) have a higher percentage.

200 & 30: Quarterback Jeff Driskel joins Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson as the only players in the NFL to account for at least 200 passing yards and 30 rushing yards in each of the last two weeks.

412.8: Total yards of offense allowed per game by the Lions' defense this season. Detroit allowed 404.4 yards per game in their 0-16 season of 2008.

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