PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA - NOVEMBER 14: Ray-Ray McCloud #14 of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Jason Cabinda #45 of the Detroit Lions reach for the ball in the third quarter at Heinz Field on November 14, 2021 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The play resulted in a touchback. (Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images)

Well, the Lions didn’t lose, which is certainly a nice thing to report. They didn’t win, either, but Detroit stepped away with a 16-16 tie against the Steelers in Pittsburgh on Sunday (Nov. 14).

The Steelers were without star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger at the game, who was absent due to COVID-19 protocol. It was a rough, lengthy game that lasted nearly four hours when all was said and done.

Next up, the Lions head to Cleveland next Sunday (Nov. 21). Then, of course, there’s the traditional Thanksgiving Day game, with the Lions against the Bears. I would love to see a win before the end of the season. Please, guys? I think Dan Campbell can get it done.

View photo highlights from the Lions’ non-loss below!

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