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The booing began early. The Detroit Lions scored on a touchdown on the game's first snap [url=http://www.dolphinscheapstore.com/chase-allen-jersey-cheap]Chase Allen Jersey[/url] , but it wasn't long before the fans at Ford Field sensed trouble.

 

An anemic first quarter of offense set the tone. By halftime, Matthew Stafford and the Lions were trailing, and in the third quarter, they unraveled completely.

The 48-17 loss to the New York Jets on Monday night was a dreadful debut for new coach Matt Patricia and a nightmare for Stafford, who was intercepted four times in a total debacle for Detroit.

"There's not a lot to be happy about," Patricia said.

The Lions fired coach Jim Caldwell after going 9-7 last season. The hope was Patricia could come over from New England's staff and lift Detroit to the next level, but expectations in Motown seemed a bit tempered after an unimpressive preseason.

Monday's rout brought little reason for optimism.

It actually began with a flourish for Detroit when Quandre Diggs intercepted rookie Sam Darnold on the first play from scrimmage and went 37 yards for a touchdown.

"You get a pick-6 on the first thing," defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois said. "You're on a high and you think everything else is going to go."

There were boos from the crowd later in the quarter [url=http://www.raiderscheapstore.com/justin-ellis-jersey-cheap]Justin Ellis Jersey[/url] , though. It was tied at 7 after one, and the Lions had minus-2 yards of offense.

Down 17-10 at halftime, Detroit responded by going 75 yards in only four plays, tying the game on Stafford's 24-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate.

Then the Jets reeled off 31 straight points before the end of the third.

Darnold found Quincy Enunwa for a 21-yard touchdown, quickly restoring New York's seven-point lead. Then Darron Lee intercepted Stafford and went 36 yards for a touchdown. Just 67 seconds later, the Jets scored again on a 78-yard punt return by Andre Roberts. New York capped the quarter when Isaiah Crowell scored on a 62-yard run with 54 seconds left, making the score 48-17.

Lee said the Jets had a read on Detroit's signals. Stafford went 27 of 46 for 286 yards, but it was his first four-interception game since 2013.

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Matt Cassel came in at quarterback briefly in the third when Stafford was crunched between two defenders while attempting a pass. The crowd cheered when Cassel went in again with 8:15 left in the fourth, but he threw an interception shortly thereafter. Meanwhile, fans clad in green and white began a chorus of "J-E-T-S Jets! Jets! Jets!" chants that echoed around an otherwise deflated stadium.

"I'm going to be most disappointed in myself. That's where I always start," Patricia said. "I've got to do a better job, and that's always where I'm going to take it."

There was almost nothing for the Lions to feel good about. Kenny Golladay had seven catches for 114 yards. The pass rush managed a couple early sacks after a listless preseason.

But the offense couldn't build on Diggs' early touchdown. Rookie Kerryon Johnson had only five carries, and Detroit ran for just 39 yards. Defensive end Ziggy Ansah left with a shoulder injury.

By the end, Jets fans had set up a celebration in the mostly abandoned sections behind New York's sideline. There weren't many Detroit fans left. At least the empty seats couldn't boo.

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Vrana, who also had two assists, was moved to the top line alongside Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov in place of Devante Smith-Pelly in the second period. Vrana sprung Kuznetsov for a breakaway on Washington’s tying goal 52 seconds into the third and finished off Ovechkin’s pass for the game-winner.

John Carlson and Brett Connolly scored 33 seconds apart in the first period, and T.J. Oshie and Lars Eller added empty-netters late to seal the win and help the Capitals move one victory from advancing to the Eastern Conference final for the first time in the Ovechkin era and first overall since reaching the Stanley Cup Final in 1998.

Game 6 is Monday in Pittsburgh.

Jamie Oleksiak scored first for the Penguins, and Sidney Crosby and Patric Hornqvist had power-play goals

JETS 6, PREDATORS 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Kyle Connor scored two goals and had an assist as Winnipeg pushed Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville to the brink of elimination with a 3-2 lead in their Western Conference semifinal.

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Connor Hellebuyck made 38 saves for the Jets.

Dustin Byfuglien and Mark Scheifele each had a goal and an assist, and Paul Stastny and Mathieu Perrault also scored as the Jets got four goals on 14 shots in the second period. Blake Wheeler also had three assists, and Nikolaj Ehlers added two.

Yannick Weber and Ryan Johansen each scored for Nashville. Pekka Rinne, Nashville’s Vezina Trophy finalist, was pulled for the third time this postseason after giving up six goals on 26 shots.

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