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JUST IN: Detroit Lions Week 14 Inactives revealed

In a little over an hour, the Detroit Lions will take on the Arizona Cardinals in what is a matchup between two of the worst teams in the National Football League.

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We already knew the Lions would be without rookie running back Kerryon Johnson, but we now know the full list for Sunday’s game as the team has announced their weekly Deactivation Report.

As you can see, Matthew Stafford and Darius Slay, who were both listed as questionable, are giving it a go against the Cardinals.

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Detroit Lions’ Matthew Stafford has message for his haters on social media

When it comes to lightning rods in Detroit sports, Matthew Stafford may be the biggest of all-time.

Whether you listen to local sports radio, read the papers, partake in social media, or just have conversations around the water cooler, you have likely heard plenty people give their opinion on the Detroit Lions signal caller. Some of those opinions praise Stafford and insist he is an elite quarterback who is stuck on a crappy franchise, while others are convinced that the former No. 1 overall pick is the main reason why the Lions have not been able to get over the hump for the past decade.

If you have not already done so, hop on Twitter or Facebook the next time the Detroit Lions take the field and search for “Matthew Stafford.” Then take a few minutes to browse through the thousands of comments that are either loving him or bashing him.

Over the past couple of seasons, the number of Stafford haters on social media has continued to grow and to get louder. In fact, when you read through many of the comments, you can sense pure anger towards the Lions quarterback.

To read the rest of the article, please click on the link below.

https://detroitsportsnation.com/detroit-lions-news/ddrysdale/detroit-lions-matthew-stafford-has-message-for-his-haters-on-social-media/12-2018/199050/

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