Former Boise State standout quarterback Kellen Moore has taken his knack for coming back to the NFL. On Saturday, Moore led the Detroit Lions on a four-play, 50-yard drive, capped off by a 21-yard touchdown pass, as the Lions defeated the Cleveland Browns, 13-12.

Down 12-6 late in the game, the Lions, led by Moore, took over the ball at the 50-yard line. The former Bronco chipped away at the Cleveland defense, before capping the victory off when he found a streaking Corey Fuller down the left sideline for the game-winning touchdown.

Moore finished the night 11-for-13, passing for 121 yards and the game's only touchdown.

Since being signed in 2012 by the Lions, Moore has yet to be active for a regular season game in the NFL. His play on Saturday, however, improves his stock as a possible backup quarterback for the Lions.

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