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On Sunday, he'll be hoping the magic can rub off on the rest of the Detroit Lions as they try to rebound from a disappointing 1-6 start.
That final drive started on the Detroit 7 with only 1:38 left, featured grabs by Golden Tate and Theo Riddick, and ended with Prater's winning kick.
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WATFORD, England (AP) — For kicker Matt Prater, London is the city of second chances.
Prater helped the Lions beat the Atlanta Falcons 22-21 last year at Wembley Stadium after missing a 43-yard field goal wide right — and getting a makeover because his own team let the 30-second play clock expire. He drilled his 48-yard attempt to complete the win, the second-biggest comeback in team history.
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