The Detroit Lions were on their way to their second winless season in franchise history after 10 losses and one tie. Then, they pulled off a crazy walk-off win over the Minnesota Vikings to finally get into the “W” column for this season.

It is the first win for Jared Goff after being traded from the Los Angeles Rams and the first for first-time head coach Dan Campbell. The two shared a big hug after the win. The win was extra special considering the Lions wore shirts and stickers to honor the victims of the recent tragedy at Oxford High School, which is located in a Detroit suburb.

The sports world offered a wide variety of reactions to the Lions’ thrilling victory.

Detroit cornerback Jeff Okudah praised Amon-Ra St. Brown, who caught the game-winning touchdown pass from Goff.

Sportswriters and commentators shared their thoughts on the game. Detroit native Omari Sankofa II, who covers the Pistons for the Detroit Free Press, was honest about where this win ranks among Lions moments from recent years.

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Bomani Jones celebrated the Lions’ win by referencing former Lions wide receiver Johnnie Morton, who had some NSFW words for television host Jay Leno after Detroit beat Minnesota in a game in 2001.

Mike Tice, a former player and coach with the Vikings, was disgusted in his old team’s loss, which featured some embarrassingly bad coverage on the final play.

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And, of course, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless each had some words for the Vikings.

This lowly season for Detroit will at least have this exhilarating moment to look back on.