MINNEAPOLIS — Another long field goal, and more heartbreak for the Detroit Lions.

The Lions rallied from a 10-point deficit with less than 3 minutes to play, but lost to the Minnesota Vikings, 19-17, on a 54-yard field goal by Greg Joseph as time expired to fall to 0-5 for the first time since 2015 — Jim Caldwell’s second season.

The Lions have lost twice on long, game-winning kicks in the season’s first five weeks.

In Week 3, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker beat the Lions with a record-setting 66-yard field after the Lions rallied for a late lead.

On Sunday, Jared Goff committed two turnovers in scoring territory and the Lions failed to reach the end zone until the final minute of the game, but were able to take a brief, 17-16,

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