Matthew Stafford was forced to play defense after his first pass of the season, and failed to stop an opponent from returning his interception for a touchdown.
Like the rest of the Detroit Lions, he knows how to bounce back.
Stafford threw two of his four touchdown passes to rookie Kenny Golladay in the fourth quarter, helping Detroit rally to beat the Arizona Cardinals 35-23 on Sunday.
"We just have to get out of our own way earlier," Stafford said.
Detroit got in the way of a few of Carson Palmer's passes.
Palmer was picked off three times and one of his interceptions was returned by Miles Killebrew for a score in the fourth quarter. To...