The Detroit Lions are trying to win their fourth game in a row overall. They are obstructed by the potent Buffalo Bills. The state of their health could potentially provide a challenge.
The Lions were required to submit an injury report to the NFL even though they did not practise on Monday. Some highly crucial players are listed as being “out” for their Thanksgiving game on this injury report.
Frank Ragnow, Evan Brown, and Jonah Jackson, three interior offensive linemen, are all listed as out for the Lions’ Week 12 game. None of them is certain to be prepared for the game.
Cornerback Jeff Okudah, pass rushers Charles Harris and Josh Paschal, and wide receiver Josh Reynolds are all listed as outs. Okudah will not play after sustaining a concussion on Sunday against the New York Giants.
It’s difficult to predict who will and won’t miss the game without the Lions practising on Monday. Given that Jackson is identified as having a condition, depending on its severity, he might be able to go.
Brown might be the main cause for worry. Against the Giants, the Lions guard sustained an ankle injury. Prior to being reduced to out on Sunday, he had been classified initially as questionable.
All during the year, Ragnow, Harris, Paschal, and Reynolds have lost some time due to various injuries. Ragnow’s absence would be felt great because, despite his injury troubles this year, he is one of the greatest centres in the league.
On Sunday, Detroit’s opponents were acclimated to their field. Due to the weekend snowstorm that dumped six feet of snow on Buffalo, the Bills defeated the Cleveland Browns at Ford Field.