Detroit, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - Matt Prater hit a late field goal to give the Detroit Lions a 16-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in a tough NFC North matchup. Matthew Stafford went 17-for-28 for 153 yards and a touchdown, while Joique Bell totaled 103 combined yards for the Lions (10-4), who moved into a tie with Green Bay for first place in the NFC North thanks to their third win in a row. The Packers lost to the Bills earlier on Sunday, and the Lions currently hold the tiebreaker thanks to a win at home against the Packers in Week 3. Detroit and Green Bay both play on the road next week before they meet up in Green Bay on the final week of the season. Teddy Bridgewater went 31-for-41 for 315 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions for the Vikings (6-8), who had won their previous two coming into the game. Trailing by four, the Lions cut into their deficit on their first touch of the second half, as a 13-play, 74-yard drive was finished off by a 30-yard field goal by Prater. Pass catches of 18 yards from Calvin Johnson and 17 yards by Bell accounted for a large chunk of the yards. Minnesota came back with a long drive that covered 75 yards over 18 plays and ate up 11 minutes, but the team came away empty as Blair Walshs 26-yard field goal was blocked by Jason Jones. Detroit then went on the drive that won the team the game, as Eric Ebron caught a pass for 11 yards and Bell followed with a 15-yard run. Johnson then caught a pass for 23 yards, and the team gained 16 more yards to set up Praters 33-yard field goal for a 16-14 lead with 3:38 to play. Minnesota got the ball back near midfield thanks to a big return from Cordarrelle Patterson, but Patterson fell on a fourth down passing play to give the ball back to Detroit. However, the Vikings forced a punt and got the ball back with 45 seconds, but they were only able to get to midfield and Walshs 68-yard field goal attempt fell well short to end the game. Walsh missed a 53-yard field goal on Minnesotas first possession, and the next three possessions ended in punts before the Vikings put points on the board. Starting at his own 16, Bridgewater found Charles Johnson for 20 yards and later hit Greg Jennings for 26 yards, which Detroit unsuccessfully challenged. On 2nd-and-goal at the 2, Matt Asiata bulled his way in to give the Vikings a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter. After a short possession from Detroit, Bridgewater and Johnson got together for a 40-yard play to get into Detroit territory. On 1st-and-goal at the 8, Bridgewater found Jennings in the flat for a score and a 14-0 lead. Another brief touch by the Lions saw the Vikings get the ball back, but Glover Quin came up with an interception and brought the ball down to the Minnesota 11. Two plays later, Stafford got the ball to Golden Tate and he took it in from seven yards out to make it a 14-7 game with 3:42 to play in the half. Bridgewaters second interception, this one from Darius Slay, gave the Lions the ball back at the Minnesota 32, and Prater hit a 29-yard field goal at time expired to make it a 14-10 game at the break. Game Notes Detroit has at least one interception in 11 straight games ... Bell had 62 yards on 15 carries, and 41 yards on four catches ... Tate finished the game with seven catches for 38 yards and the score, while Johnson had four catches for 53 yards ... Kyle Rudolph led Minnesota receivers with seven catches for 69 yards ... Detroit plays at Chicago next week ... Minnesota plays at Miami next week ... Detroit is 4-0 in division play this year, while Minnesota is 0-5. Lance Kendricks Jersey . The Raptors have been outscored 88-66 in the opening quarter over a three-game span to begin the month of February. 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Oren Burks Jersey .C. -- Theyll remember the OT from the first Syracuse-Duke game -- and the Ts that decided Round 2.Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne both had penalties saved by Maarten Stekelenburg as Premier League leaders Manchester City were held 1-1 by Everton at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday. De Bruyne and Aguero - who started the game on the bench - were the culprits from the spot and Everton made the most of their goalkeepers brilliance by taking the lead through Romelu Lukaku (64).Nolito equalised (72) within a minute of coming off the bench before Stekelenburg pushed a stunning late De Bruyne effort onto the post as Pep Guardiola lost his 100 per cent home record as City manager. Nolito celebrates after scoring Citys equaliser Despite dropping points for the second game in a row, City remain top of the Premier League - but only on goal difference ahead of Arsenal.Guardiola reacted to the defeat at Tottenham by shuffling his pack and his formation. He made six changes to the team with Raheem Sterling and De Bruyne returning from injury in a 3-5-1-1 formation. John Stones, who joined from Everton for £50m in the summer, started against his former club.Kelechi Iheanacho replaced Aguero as the lone striker but struggled to make his mark in the opening stages as Everton centre-backs Phil Jagielka and Ashley Williams defended with great authority. Ronald Koeman greets Pep Guardiola as two former Barcelona teammates meet in the dugout City looked threatening down the channels, especially through Leroy Sane, who had a penalty appeal turned down on 11 minutes when he tricked his way past Bryan Oviedo but the referee remained unmoved.Evertons rugged defence was summed up by Seamus Coleman on 31 minutes when he thundered into a late challenge on Sterling catching the England winger on the ankle. No card was shown, much to the annoyance of the players and home supporters. Pep Guardiola gives his reaction to Sky Sports after his side drew 1-1 with Everton. However, City did get a major decision just before the break.David Silva wriggled his way past Jagielka in the box but the Everton skipper left a clumsy leg dangling which caught the Spaniard for a clear penalty. Lukaku celebrates after scoring for Everton De Bruyne, who had been dictating the play from midfield, stepped up by his right-footed penalty was palmed away by Stekelenburg.City were made to rue for that wasted opportunity on 64 minutes as Everton countered with devastating effect.Stones misjudged a long ball and Lukaku pounced, taking on Gael Clichy on the outside before reversing a shot into the far corner.ddddddddddddThe Toffees now had something to hold onto, but shot themselves in the foot for the second time when Jagielka hauled down substitute Aguero, who had replaced Iheanacho. Ronald Koeman gives his reaction to Sky Sports after his side drew 1-1 with Man City. The Argentine missed a penalty for his country in midweek and looked nervous as he stepped up. He decided to go the same way as De Bruyne and Stekelenburg guessed right again, pushing the ball to safety.But Evertons lead only lasted two more minutes. De Bruyne reacts to missing a penalty After Aguero forced the goalkeeper into another superb save, Silva recycled the play and delivered a fantastic ball into the box where Nolito nodded home.Everton were now hanging on, but had their goalkeeper to thank again nine minutes from time.De Bruyne smashed an outrageous effort at goal from distance which looked set for the top corner but Stekelenburg flung himself to his right and flicked the ball onto the outside of the post. That was enough to help the Merseysiders to a share of the spoils. Charlie Nicholas gives his review on Man Citys 1-1 draw with Everton. Player RatingsManchester City: Bravo (6), Otamendi (6), Stones (6), Clichy (6), Gundogan (6), Fernandinho (6), De Bruyne (8), Silva (8), Sane (6), Iheanacho (6), Sterling (6)Subs: Kompany (6), Aguero (6), Nolito (7)Everton: Stekelenburg (9), Oviedo (5), Jagielka (6), Williams (8), Coleman (7), Barry (7), Gana (7), Cleverley (6), Deulofeu (6), Bolasie (6), Lukaku (7).Subs: Mirallas (6), McCarthy (6)Man of the match: Maarten StekelenburgYou can watch Liverpool v Man Utd, plus Englands tour of Bangladesh and the British Masters on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy six months at half price! 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