Stafford threw three touchdown passes and two interceptions and finished with 330 passing yards in Thursday's rout of the Packers.
He's thrown at least three TDs in three of the last four contests.
Stafford threw three touchdowns but four interceptions, including one returned for a TD, against the Bucs on Sunday.
Stafford has completed 54.9 percent of his passes with nine TDs and eight INTs in the last four games.
Stafford threw for 219 yards with three TDs and an INT in Sunday's win over the Bears.
Stafford wasn't sharp, but he got the job done again in the clutch.
Stafford was picked twice but was 33 of 48 for 488 yards - the second-highest total of his career - and a TD in Detroit's win over Dallas on Sunday, also punching in the game-winning score on the ground.
Stafford's 94.7 passer rating is the second-highest of his career, and he's also on pace to top 5,000 yards for the second time.
Stafford threw for 357 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's loss to Cincinnati.
Stafford tied his season-best for yards and has thrown seven touchdowns in his last two games.
Stafford threw for 248 yards with four TDs and an INT in Sunday's win over Cleveland.
Three of those TD passes went to backup TE Joseph Fauria. Stafford has thrown 12 TDs and four INTs this season.
Stafford completed 25 of 40 passes for 262 yards and a touchdown Sunday at Green Bay.
It wasn't a terrible fantasy day for Stafford, given he was without his top two receivers.
Stafford went 25 of 42 for 385 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in a 27-20 win at Washington on Sunday.
It was the Lions' first win in Washington in 22 tries since 1937. Stafford has thrown for 1,020 yards with six TDs and two picks in his first three games.
Stafford completed 28 of 43 passes for 357 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in a 34-24 victory over Minnesota on Sunday.
It was a strong start for Stafford, who narrowly missed a second straight 5,000-yard season a year ago.
Stafford has signed a $53 million, three-year extension to stay under contract with the Detroit Lions for at least the next five seasons. Stafford and the Lions agreed to terms Tuesday on the deal that will pay him another $41.5 million in guarantees, and he signed the contract Wednesday morning.
Detroit drafted Stafford No. 1 overall in 2009 and signed him to a six-year contract worth as much as $78 million with $41.7 million in guarantees. After two injury-shortened seasons, he helped the franchise reach the playoffs two years ago for the first time in more than a decade.