Before the match
The Detroit Lions are back in action after saying goodbye with a sixth-week appointment with the Jacksonville Jaguars at Tia Bank Stadium. This game will continue as scheduled after Jacksonville placed 12 players from the coaching team on their COVID-19 reserve list over the weekend.
ESPN Reports The Jaguars received zero new positive tests and “all members of their active roster have taken multiple negative tests” before the Sunday afternoon match.
This post will be updated throughout the game with highlights, driving summaries, analysis, and more once the action begins. Click the refresh button to keep up. We’ll also have advance game notes and injury updates before things start. Head over to MLive’s Facebook page after game over for post-game chat.
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Both teams enter with one season win and two of the league’s worst defenses to date. The Lions came out last week but lost to the Saints 35-29 the last time. This loss represented Detroit’s third loss of the season, by a double-digit lead.
Jacksonville lost the Four Straits after a dramatic victory in the opening match. The team had been dealing with a string of injuries recently but had been close to healthy for the whole week. This post will also be updated with active and inactive players as soon as it becomes available until kick-off. NFL Network Reports Jaguars DJ Chark’s receiver will be a match time decision with an ankle injury. The talented arrogant Josh Allen is still questioned, “and he doesn’t seem promising.”
The Lions enter Sunday’s match as a three-point favorite from most odds makers. Job Network reports that 65% of the public bets are directed toward Detroit. Total over / under ranges between 53.5 and 54 points.
For those looking for an interesting story to watch, look no further than the new John Brown Kicker Jaguar. A player has never attempted a field goal in a high school, college, or NFL game that is counted. Brown played football at the University of Kentucky, later took on kick-off matches at the University of Louisville, and then spent time with the Bengals in pre-season 2018. He is set to be the fifth player Jaguar has used this season.
Average Yards Per Game: Lions 334 (25) | Jaguar 366.4 (18)
Yards Per Game: 232.3 Black (21) | Jaguar 268 (10th)
Rush arenas for each game: Lions 101.8 (23) | Jaguar 98.4 (25)
Points for each game: Lions 24.8 (18) | Jaguar 21.8 (25)
Points allowed in each game: Black 31.8 (29) | Jaguar 29.4 (24)
Defensive Yards Allowed in Each Game: Lions 405 (28) | Jaguar 416.8 (30)
Passing yards allowed in each game: Lions 234.8 | Jaguar 280.2 (29)
Yards allowed per game: Lions 170.3 (32) | Jaguar 136.6 (26)
Ready meals: Black 4 | Jaguar 5 (Brown tops league with 12)