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Darron Lee became the face of Jets’ defensive domination

DETROIT — Matthew Stafford was already having a miserable time of it, and that was before Darron Lee broke the Lions’ backs with a 36-yard pick-six in the Jets’ out-of-nowhere 48-17 massacre of the Lions. It was the Jets’ first defensive touchdown in 74 games, dating to 2013. “Who’d I tell I was gonna break that curse?” Lee asked. “I told somebody I was gonna be the first one to score the first defensive touchdown. I told somebody. … Glad it’s over.” “I would have liked to have gotten it, but I’m happy for D. Lee,” cornerback Morris Claiborne said. Claiborne and Trumaine Johnson registered the first two picks and Lee added the last two on Stafford’s nightmare four-interception night. Jamal Adams chalked ...