If you live in the Detroit area or know a Lions fan, whatever you do, don't bring up the name Justin Tucker for, like, the next couple days, weeks or even months. That's because the Baltimore Ravens kicker may have single-handedly put an end to the Lions playoff hopes after hitting six field goals, which helped lead his team to a 18-16 win. To cap off his magical night, Tucker made a career-long, game-winning 61-yard attempt, leaving only 38 seconds on the clock.

Following the game, Tucker explained his emotions while also giving a shoutout to his fantasy owners who were obviously pleased with their kicker's performance tonight:

Then, of course, with the good comes the bad. And, after one look at Twitter, you can see all the Lions fans who expressed some extreme levels of heartbreak over their team's collapse. Detroit has lost four of their last five games. Here are some of their saddest reactions on the micro-blogging site: 

MNF recap: pic.twitter.com/wpDjoKuIML

— Tirico Suave (@TiricoSuave) December 17, 2013

The Detroit Lions...perfecting the art of the collapse for 50 years.

— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) December 17, 2013

Jason Garrett=Jim Schwartz Tony Romo=Matt Stafford. Cowboys secondary =Lions secondary. In conclusion...Lions=Cowboys

— Domenic DelPiombo (@DomDelPiombo7) December 17, 2013

The Lions have gotta be getting paid to lose games. There's no way they suck this bad on accident.

— Charlie Tweeder (@LowkeyFluffZz) December 17, 2013

Lions suck and I have work in 4 hours. I will for the first time since before I could walk, cry myself to sleep. #ThrowItOverhandOnce

— Will Zawacki (@wzawacki) December 17, 2013

Fuck the lions and fuck megatron and fuck justin tucker

— rome (@fucknrome) December 17, 2013

Lions always find a way to ruin your week

— Drew Dettlinger (@DrewDett) December 17, 2013

that hurt

— Barry Sanders (@BarrySanders) December 17, 2013


Hey Lions fans, at least Tucker didn't hit you with the Terio dance after hitting the game-winning field goal, right?

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[via Larry Brown Sports]