Darius Slay dropped into coverage as if he wholesale nfl jerseys was going to cover a deep route and pounced on an opportunity to help the Lions come back to win another game.
Slay intercepted Sam Bradford's pass from the left hash across the field to help send the Lions into sole possession of first place in the NFC North.
Slay returned the interception 13 yards with 30 seconds left to set up Matt Prater's 40-yard field goal as time expired, lifting the wholesale NFL jerseys free shipping Lions to a 16-13 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday.
Minnesota could have stuck with the conservative approach it took on offense for much of the game and played for cheap NFL jerseys from china overtime on its last drive, but coach Mike Zimmer allowed Bradford to pass and Slay made him regret it.
"I knew they were going to throw," Slay said. "They didn't want overtime. They know what happened last time."
Earlier this month, Prater made a game-tying 58-yard field goal at the end of regulation at Minnesota and the Lions won in cheap nfl jerseys overtime.
Slay, a standout cornerback, who calls himself "Big Play Slay," fooled Bradford by coming up and stepping in front of Adam Thielen to pick off the pass.
"I wish I could have seen cheap Cleveland Browns jerseys him fall off the outside route and come back in," Bradford said.
The Lions (7-4) have won six of seven, including two against Minnesota this month and four of the wins have come on Prater's field goals, despite trailing in the fourth quarter of every game this season.
Slay sealed the first victory during the successful stretch with an interception late in the game on Oct. 9 against Philadelphia.