The two teams will meet in Detroit - with Chicago set on playing spoiler - at 4:30 p.m. ET; the game will be broadcast live on the NFL Network (live stream via fuboTV).
The Detroit Lions need to win their final three games to keep their post-season hopes alive. Have thoughts on how the Bears and Lions are performing? Without Rick Wagner and Travis Swanson anchoring the offensive line, I expect a game plan similar to last week - a lot of no-huddle, few attempts on the ground, and a lot of Matthew Stafford. Detroit needs to be able to force turnovers if they want to take an advantage against this young Chicago Bears team.
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The Lions remain in the playoff hunt after a win in Tampa Bay last week moved their record to 7-6.Читайте также: El Salvador court upholds 30-year jail sentence in stillbirth case
Jordan Howard is coming off his best game this season, and after he rang up 125 rushing yards and a touchdown against the Lions a month ago, shame on Dowell Loggains if doesn't roll out the exact same game plan he used last week in Cincinnati.
Mike Rizzo (9-4) - The Detroit Lions face another must win game today at Ford Field. Prosinski suffered the injury on the first defensive series of the game. That victory snapped a two-game losing streak, as the Lions are working through some struggles while trying to win out in order to have a chance at the playoffs. He was inactive for the last two games with a neck injury, an ailment Abdullah said he recovered from well enough to play last week against the Buccaneers. This game will be decided by both defenses.
Detroit also could be without its best pass rusher, Ezekiel Ansah (ankle), while the Bears offense nearly is as healthy as it's been all year, other than the balky shoulder on rookie tight end Adam Shaheen. Lions guard T.J. Lang is questionable with a foot injury that allowed him to practice on a limited basis on Thursday.
Chicago's defense might be missing starting safety Adrian Amos for a third straight week and starting nose tackle Eddie Goldman for a second game in a row.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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