The Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions didn't have much to play for in their season finales. They kept things interesting with some trickery.

Chicago's Bryce Callahan returned a punt 59 yards for a touchdown at Minnesota. The Bears acted as if they were setting up a return on the right side of the field, but Callahan had the ball and went left.

Green Bay, meanwhile, went with an onside kick and recovered it on the first play at Detroit. The Lions were caught so far off guard by Mason Crosby's kick that Jermaine Whitehead had time to let the ball take an extra big bounce before he secured it.

The Lions got a measure of revenge in the fourth quarter of that game, though. Their 2-point conversion included a direct snap to Ameer Abdullah, who pitched to receiver Golden Tate, who threw to quarterback Matthew Stafford in the end zone. Stafford was so fired up he threw the ball into the crowd in celebration, reaching the upper deck of Ford Field.