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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Detroit Lions get triple boost as Week 7 matchup vs. Falcons looms

Must. Win.

Those are a couple of words we have been throwing around quite a bit for the Detroit Lions so far in 2020 and they are words that once again apply to their Week 7 matchup vs. the Atlanta Falcons.

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With a win, the Lions will get back to the .500 mark at 3-3, while a loss will drop them to 2-4 with a solid Indianapolis Colts team coming to Ford Field in Week 8.

On Wednesday, the Lions released their initial injury report of the week and four starters (Frank Ragnow, Trey Flowers, Marvin Jones Jr., and Desmond Trufant) were included after all four missed practice.

Well, on Thursday, the Lions got a triple boost as Ragnow, Flowers, and Jones Jr. were all back at practice, preparing for the Falcons.

Nation, assuming the Lions are healthy (at least mostly), will they march into Atlanta and walk away with a win?

Let us know what you think!

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