Matthew Stafford continued his inconsistent preseason play, even with his competition, veteran Daunte Culpepper, out with an injury. With a foot in the end zone on Detroit's first possession, Stafford looked off a defender and threw a bullet to WR Calvin Johnson for a 37-yard gain on third-and-10. Three plays later, Stafford hit Johnson for a 34-yard touchdown, but the score was nullified by offsetting penalties. On the second drive, Stafford threw an interception while trying to squeeze the ball into coverage. Stafford left in the second quarter without producing a scoring drive -- not good for someone aiming for the starting QB job.
Matthew Stafford continues inconsistent play
Filed Under: 2010, Preseason