That followed defensive end DeAngelo Tyson's interception of a deflected Stafford pass in Ravens territory. David Akers' 40-yard field goal late in the quarter cut Baltimore's advantage to two.
Smith's interception at the Detroit 34-yard line set up Tucker's fifth field goal, a 53-yarder with 8:06 left for a 15-10 Ravens lead.
NOTES: With a 7-yard reception during the second quarter, Lions WR Calvin Johnson became the first player in NFL history to record 5,000 receiving yards in a three-season span. ... QB Matthew Stafford surpassed the 4,000-yard mark during the opening quarter, making him the first Lion to have three 4,000-yard passing seasons. ... Ravens WR Torrey Smith surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the season during the first half, the first time he reached that mark in his three-year career. ... Baltimore won the teams' last meeting 48-3 at home on Dec. 13, 2009. The Ravens last played at Ford Field on Oct. 9, 2005, a 35-17 Lions victory. ... Detroit fell to 10-10 all-time at home in Monday night games. ... The Lions were missing starting CB Chris Houston (toe) and reserve CB Darius Slay (knee). ... Detroit completes its home schedule against the New York Giants on Sunday, then finishes the regular season against the Vikings in Minnesota on Dec. 29. Baltimore plays two division leaders in its remaining games: the New England Patriots at home and the Cincinnati Bengals on the road.