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Lions commit the biggest pass interference penalty in at least 30 years, and the NFL says it got it wrong

The Lions gave up 66 yards on an incomplete pass against the Packers on Sunday. Referees later admitted they got the call wrong. The Lions have found more spectacular ways to lose than perhaps any NFL franchise ever, often in ways that stretch the NFL rule book. Last season, they lost to the Seattle Seahawks because what should have been called an illegally batted ball was not called at all and gave up a Hail Mary to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers after committing a phantom facemask penalty.
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