Healthy, high-powered offense lifts Detroit Lions to win over Jaguars

The Detroit Lions are getting healthy on offense, and if Sunday is any indication, that could be bad news for the rest of the NFL.

Jared Goff threw for 340 yards and two touchdowns and D’Andre Swift and Jamaal Williams ran for scores as the Lions, playing with their full complement of offensive weapons — including rookie first-round pick Jameson Williams for the first time this season — won their most convincing game of the Dan Campbell era, 40-14, over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Ford Field.

The Lions scored on their first eight offensive possessions, failing to get points only after two knee-down snaps on their final drive, to run away with a win Campbell said “can catapult us through December.”

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