On Monday night, the Detroit Lions will invade Lambeau Field against the Green Bay Packers in what will be a crucial game for both teams.
As we know, the Packers will be forced to play without their starting quarterback, Aaron Rodgers but the Lions will also be playing a bit shorthanded.
The Lions have released their final injury report and as you can see, tackle Greg Robinson has already been ruled out. Joining Robinson on the injury list is rookie receiver Kenny Golladay who is listed as doubtful with an injured hamstring. On Saturday, Golladay was able to make an appearance in practice for the first time this week, but he was not able to be a full participant.
In addition, both DE Ezekiel Ansah and S Don Carey and currently listed as questionable for Monday night's game.
3 Keys to a Detroit Lions win over the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football
The Detroit Lions (3-4) are coming off of a disappointing 20-15 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, but now they must put that behind them and turn their focus to their division rival, the Green Bay Packers (4-3). The Packers will be without their franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers due to injury, which is a huge plus for the Lions. If the Lions want to get a huge in division win against their biggest rival, they must do these three things:
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