Amon-Ra St. Brown scores a touchdown for the Detroit Lions in their game against the Green Bay Packers, helping his team to a 34-20 victory.

Midway through the first quarter, St. Brown decides to do the "Lambeau Leap," a tradition associated with the home team, despite being an opposing player.

St. Brown's Lambeau Leap attempt is met with an unexpected response as a Packers fan in the stands pours a drink on him.

The incident highlights the fierce rivalry between the Lions and the Packers, with emotions running high in the stadium.

St. Brown's successful performance in the game includes five catches for 56 yards and a touchdown, contributing significantly to the Lions' win.

David Montgomery emerges as a standout player for the Lions, rushing 32 times for 121 yards and scoring three touchdowns.

In contrast, the Packers struggled with their rushing game, accumulating just 27 yards on the ground during the match.

The Lions' victory improves their record to 3-1, while the Packers drop to 2-2, creating a sense that the gap between the two teams extends beyond just one game in the standings.