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Old 02-14-2018, 03:19 PM   #1
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The Lions began the season with high hopes and took a 21-3 lead against the Chargers in the opener, but not much has gone right since then. Detroit lost that game 33-28, then never led in a 26-16 loss to Minnesota.
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Stafford had X-rays on his chest and ribs after that game, and his health is obviously a concern as Detroit prepares for Sunday night's home opener against Denver.
Tate was asked if he thought the Vikings took some cheap shots during the game.
Aside from the first half against San Diego, the offense hasn't looked much better than it did in 2014, when Detroit didn't move the ball as well as many people expected in its first season under Caldwell.
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The Lions lost their first two games at San Diego and Minnesota, so this matchup against the Broncos is a must if they want to avoid the type of start that can derail a season. After playing Denver, Detroit has to travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks.
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Stafford was listed with a right upper arm injury last week. He was able to attempt 53 passes against the Vikings, but Minnesota sacked him once, hurried him eight times and knocked him down often.
Now Peyton Manning brings his offense to Detroit this weekend, and after that, the Lions have to go up against the two-time defending NFC champions in Seattle. Already it feels as if the season may be on the line when the Lions take the field for their home opener.
What's disconcerting for the Lions about their performance so far is that they made moves this past offseason to improve the offensive line, drafting Laken Tomlinson in the first round and trading for Manny Ramirez.

Matthew Stafford was in the locker room Monday, but he wouldn't comment to reporters on any injuries after last weekend's loss to Minnesota.
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Rookie running back Ameer Abdullah impressed against San Diego, but he wasn't much of a factor last weekend. The Lions rushed for 38 yards on 16 carries against the Vikings, and their reliance on the passing game was part of the reason Stafford took such a pounding.
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