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Christen Harper Shares Excitement for Jared Goff during Modeling Shoot

The Detroit Lions pulled out a wild victory against the Minnesota Vikings.

Quarterback Jared Goff found his target wide open in the end zone to cap off a thrilling victory at Ford Field against the Minnesota Vikings Sunday. 

For rookie Amon-Ra St. Brown, his first career NFL touchdown will have meaning for many years to come. It was a walk-off touchdown that secured the Detroit Lions their first victory in nearly one calendar year. 

“He’s a stud. He’s a stud. A lot of confidence. He’s a stud and will be a stud for as long as he wants to be in this league," Goff said, following his team's 29-27 win at Ford Field. "He’s been on our mind, and I’m sure Dan (Campbell) would say, too, of like trying to get him the ball for the last probably six weeks now. I think today it showed up. It’s just trying to get him involved and give him the ball in space and what he can do with the ball. I’m sure he jumped over somebody on the sidelines earlier on in the game. He’s a freak, and can do some things.”

Christen Harper, Goff's girlfriend, shared her excitement on set, as she was shown the end of the game while shooting for Sports Illustrated

"You guys, this is their first win. Like, this is crazy," Harper said excitedly. 

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