This is an opinion piece by MLive.com reporter Kyle Meinke.
MINNEAPOLIS — Rick Wagner was limping through the locker room. So was Graham Glasgow, who had a wrap on his left knee. In the far corner, Ameer Abdullah wasn’t moving so great after rolling his ankle. And T.J. Lang was leaning against his locker as he held court with a small group of reporters.
Perhaps that’s just how he wanted to stand. Or, perhaps, it had something to do with getting speared in the back so hard that the officials upstairs thought he might have sustained a concussion.
After watching him dip into the trainers’ room after his chat, that seems like a good bet.
Minnesota features one of the most violent defensive lines in the game, and everyone except Greg Robinson appeared to be dealing with some kind of injury on Detroit’s front. The Vikings took their best swing, and punched them right in the face.
Just ask Matthew Stafford. He was sacked six times, something that hadn’t happened since back when Detroit was trying to install the Cooter Ball offense on a flight to Europe. This might have been his worst game of 2017.
According to ProFootballFocus, he was Detroit’s worst player on the field.
Yet the Lions won. Again.
“The biggest thing coming off today’s performance is, obviously, you know, a good win for us on
Article source: http://www.mlive.com/lions/index.ssf/2017/10/why_the_detroit_lions_look_lik.html
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