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Bet on the NFL Detroit Lions quarterback Shaun Hill told reporters Thursday that a New England Patriots defender attempted to break his left arm in the Lions' 45-24 loss to the Patriots, according to Hill said the incident occurred in the second quarter on a third-down quarterback keeper from the Patriots' 2-yard line. Hill ran into the pile for the first down, and extended his arm in an attempt to score the touchdown.

Hill claims that is why he eventually gave up the ball. Hill told the newspaper. He said that somebody was down there in the pile, literally trying to break his arm, which is actually already broken. Literally someone was intentionally trying, but it was not seen by officials.

Hill, who broke the arm against the New York Giants in Week 6, had no problem with the play call, saying that he loved the call, and had no qualms about running that play, one-armed and all. Hill was 27-of-46 passing for 285 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

For sports betting fans here are your Patriots vs Lions Thanksgiving day matchup highlights: New England Patriots overwhelmed Detroit Lions in the first game of week 12. Final Score: New England Patriots, 45 and Detroit Lions, 24

In the first quarter the Detroit Lions played well and controlled New England Patriots. Detroit Lions scored seven points and New England Patriots scored only three points.  In the second quarter the Detroit Lions maintained the same form in the second quarter too and scored ten points whereas New England Patriots scored seven points. By the end of the first half, Detroit Lions had seven points lead against New England Patriots.


In the third quarter the New England Patriots started dominating the Detroit Lions after the first half. New England Patriots scored 14 points and Detroit Lions scored seven points.


In the fourth quarter the New England Patriots maintained the same form in the final quarter too and scored 21 points, but Detroit Lions could not score even single point.


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