One team will be limping into the SoFi stadium next week, while the home team will try to improve their record to 6-1.
The Detroit Lions, who come through the Cincinnati Bengals after a 34:11 drubbing, will travel next week to play the 5-1 Los Angeles Rams, led by quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Due to the myriad of injuries that Dan Campbell’s team has dealt with, the Lions were opened as 15-point street underdogs, according to SI Sportsbook, as 14 players were put into injured reserves at some point this season.
After a series of bad performances on the offensive, Campbell is not yet ready to move from quarterback Jared Goff.
Campbell will evaluate everything that led to the poor performance against the Bengals, but he has no plans to switch quarterback in the near future.
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“I don’t feel like we can judge him one way or another. I don’t feel like that yet. Well, I’ll say this. I have a feeling he needs to step up more than he did . And I think he has to help us, just like everyone else. I think he’s going to have to put some weight on his shoulders here and it’s time to get up and do a few throws and do some things. But he needs help. He needs help. “
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