The result was a bad game for Johnson, who caught just three of the 11 passes thrown to him, for 34 yards, and a bad game for the Lions’ offense. The Bears shut Detroit down until the Lions finally got into the end zone with 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter, and when the Bears recovered the ensuing onside kick they had earned a hard-fought 13-7 victory.
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