By the numbers: Lions' Alex Henery nails 51-yard FG

Rod Beard
The Detroit News

By the numbers

5 — Number of consecutive three-and-out possessions by the Jets in the first half, when the Lions were able to build a 17-3 lead.

51 — Yards on Alex Henery's field goal, his first as a Lion. It was the longest of the season for the Lions, who released rookie Nate Freese last week.

17 —Yards on a first-half run by Joique Bell, the longest run allowed by the Jets defense this season.

33 — Rushing yards by the Jets' Chris Ivory, after gaining 51 on the opening drive. The Lions held the Jets to 132 (44 by Chris Johnson).

116 — Receiving yards by Golden Tate, on a career high-tying eight catches, as the Lions didn't have Calvin Johnson at full strength. It's the fourth 100-yard game of Tate's career and first with the Lions.