A by the numbers look at Detroit's loss to Dallas

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Detroit Lions had their season end in the wild-card round of the playoffs Sunday, a 24-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Texas.

Here's a look at some numbers that might help explain Detroit's loss.

0 – Super Bowl appearances for the Lions.

1 – Playoff wins for the Lions in the Super Bowl era.

2 – Lost fumbles by the Lions on Sunday.

4 – Fumbles overall by Detroit on Sunday.

6 – Sacks for the Lions on Tony Romo (Two by Ndamukong Suh and one each for James Ihedigbo, Tahir Whitehead, Darryl Tapp and Ezekiel Ansah).

8 – Straight postseason games the Lions have lost, a streak stretching from 1991 to now. It's tied for the longest postseason losing streak in league history with Kansas City.

8 – Total return yards for Jeremy Ross.

9 – Tackles for James Ihedigbo, leading the Lions.

10 – Quarterback hits on Romo for the Lions, led by four from Ezekiel Ansah.

10 – Yards on Sam Martin's shanked punt that led to Dallas' winning drive.

10 – Straight road playoff games lost by the Lions, with the last win in 1957.

11 – Wins this season for Detroit, second-most in franchise history.

14 – Points Detroit led by Sunday, making it the largest blown lead in the playoffs in league history.

18 – Games Matthew Stafford has lost on the road against teams with an over-.500 record. He has never won one of these games.

36.3 – Third-down percentage for the Lions on Sunday (4 of 11).

36.3 – Stafford's QBR on Sunday.

44 – Penalty yards for the Lions, on eight infractions.

51 – Career-long touchdown catch and overall reception in the postseason for Golden Tate.

66 – Win percentage for the Lions when the pass interference flag thrown against the Cowboys is picked up with 8:25 left.

75 – Yards rushing for Dallas running back DeMarco Murray, his third-lowest total of the season.

85 – Yards receiving for Calvin Johnson. He's been held under 100 yards in four of five games against Dallas -- the exception being his 329-yard game last season.

87.7 – The passer rating for Matthew Stafford.

323 – Yards passing for Stafford, his fourth-highest total of the season.