Detroit Lions release dismal Injury Report for matchup vs. Patriots

    Detroit Lions Injury Report:

    On Sunday, the Detroit Lions will look to get back in the win column when they take on the New England Patriots.

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    Following their embarrassing 48-45 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Lions head coach Dan Campbell said that he would look at everything with the hopes of fixing the defense.

    As you have probably heard by now, through four weeks, the Lions have scored the most points in the NFL but they have also allowed the most points, which is a problem.

    Who is on the Detroit Lions Injury Report?

    Just moments ago, the Detroit Lions released their latest injury report for the week and as you can see, there are some key players who are included.

    PlayerPositionInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame Status
    Chris BoardLBkneeNPNP
    Quintez CephusWRfootNPNP
    John CominskyDLwristNPNP
    Matt NelsonTcalfLPNP
    Amon-Ra St. BrownWRankleNPNP
    D'Andre SwiftRBshoulder/ankleNPNP
    Kayode AwosikaGhamstringLPLP
    Evan BrownCankleNPLP
    DJ CharkWRankleNPLP
    Charles HarrisDLgroinnot listedLP
    T.J. HockensonTEhipNPLP
    Jonah JacksonGfingerLPLP
    Frank RagnowCfootNPLP
    Josh ReynoldsWRankleNPLP
    Austin SeibertKright groinLPLP
    Taylor DeckerTkneeLPFP

    Is this a must-win game against for the Lions?

    You generally do not look at a Week 5 matchup and call it a "must-win" game, but that is exactly what the Lions' matchup against the Patriots is.

    If the Lions were to lose, they will drop to 1-4 heading into the bye week but if they win, they would move to 2-3, and they would still have a chance of contending for a playoff spot.

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    Nation, do you think the Lions will beat the Patriots?

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