When the Detroit Lions host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at Ford Field, they will have an opportunity to move to 6-7 on the season, and keep their playoff hopes alive. When the two teams met earlier in the season, the Lions had complete control of the game, until they didn't, as the Vikings came back to win by four points. Now, according to reports, the Lions have caught a huge break for their week 14 matchup against the Vikings.
What break did the Detroit Lions catch for their matchup against the Minnesota Vikings?
The Lions are currently favored against the Vikings, but that does not mean they will take all of the help they can get on Sunday.
According to reports, the Lions have caught a big break as the Vikings will reportedly be without their top offensive lineman in Week 14.
Jordan Schultz is reporting that the Vikings will be without budding superstar LT Christian Darrisaw on Sunday against the Lions. Darrisaw has cleared concussion protocol, but he reportedly will not be ready to play until Week 15.
Will Aidan Hutchinson and the Lions' defense be able to take advantage of this huge break? Time will tell!