As the Seattle Seahawks beat Detroit Lions 37-31 during week 2 game of the ongoing 2023 season, a Lions fan stole the show after going viral for s*xting during the game with the messages viral
Despite the disappointing loss against the Seattle Seahawks, one Lions fan walked out of Ford Field feeling like a winner.
Detroit Lions fan caught s*ting during game vs Seahawks, messages go viral on Twitter
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The clash between the two sides took place at Ford Field stadium on Sunday, September 17 in Detroit, Michigan.
Lions fan spotted s*xting during game against Seahawks
A Lions fan was spotted sexting with someone mid-game on his phone during Sunday’s week 2 clash against the Seahawks. The fan and his partner were seen s*xting about how they would perform acts on each other throughout the game. Soon after the game, images of their chat captured by nearby fans went viral across social media.
Seattle Seahawks beat Detroit Lions 37-31
Ahead of the game, the Detroit Lions entered Week 2 on a positive note, having previously beaten the Kansas City Chiefs just 10 days ago on NFL opening night. Following that win over the defending champions, the Lions looked hopeful to continue on that run.
Moreover, the Lions had odds of 4.5-points favorites over the Seahawks, and were eager for revenge after last season’s 48-45 home loss. The loss prevented led to them missing out on the playoffs last season. However, the Lions suffered a third straight season loss to Seattle.
Early game lead
The Seahawks dominated the game early on taking the lead with Kenneth Walker III who set off a good start. As the Seahawks kept winning opportunities in the redzone, Walker punched through from a yard out setting the score 7-0. As both sides exchanged scores, the Lions failed to take the lead and even missed a 45-yard field goal during the second quarter.
Game heads to overtime
However, at halftime, the Seahawks missed a last-second field goal, and the Lions led 14-7. By the third quarter, the Seahawks hit back to take the lead 21-17. As the game continued on to the fourth quarter, Tyler Lockett further extended the lead with a TD putting Seattle ahead 24-21. In the game’s closing minutes, Patterson scored a last-second field goal sending the game to OT. During extra-time, the Lions never got a chance with the ball as Seattle won the coin flip and charged down the field confidently. As the final minutes ticked on the clock, Seattle beat the Lions 37-31, following a touchdown from Lockett.