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Detroit Lions

Stadium: Ford Field | Coach: Jim Caldwell
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense18th87.4 (27th)255.2 (11th)
Defense2nd63.8 (1st)232.1 (12th)

Last Game

Sun, December 21
Soldier Field
TV: FOX
Detroit Lions
at
Chicago Bears
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Game Leaders

DET
Passing: M. Stafford (22-39, 243)
Rushing: J. Bell (13-74)
Receiving: C. Johnson (6-103)

CHI
Passing: J. Clausen (23-39, 181)
Rushing: M. Forte (19-55)
Receiving: A. Jeffery (6-72)

Schedule

Mon Sep 8
W 35 - 14NYG
Recap
Sun Sep 14
L 24 - 7at CAR
Recap
Sun Sep 21
W 19 - 7GB
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Sun Sep 28
W 24 - 17at NYJ
Recap
Sun Oct 5
L 17 - 14BUF
Recap
Sun Oct 12
W 17 - 3at MIN
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Sun Oct 19
W 24 - 23NO
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Sun Oct 26
W 22 - 21at ATL
Recap
Sun Nov 9
W 20 - 16MIA
Recap
Sun Nov 16
L 14 - 6at ARI
Recap
Sun Nov 23
L 34 - 9at NE
Recap
Thu Nov 27
W 34 - 17CHI
Recap
Sun Dec 7
W 34 - 17TB
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Sun Dec 14
W 16 - 14MIN
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Sun Dec 21
W 20 - 14at CHI
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1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28
FOXat GB

Standings

NFC
North
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Detroit11-4-05-0-0
Green Bay11-4-04-1-0
Minnesota6-9-00-5-0
Chicago5-10-01-4-0
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Lions C Dominic Raiola suspended one game for safety violation
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The NFL has suspended Lions center Dominic Raiola one game without pay on for his actions in Week 17 against the Bears. This is the sixth safety-related rules violation for Raiola since 2010. He will appeal to be heard tomorrow by an appeals officer.

After walking away from a pile, Raiola was caught on camera stepping on Chicago defensive lineman Ego Ferguson's ankle. Following the game, he told reporters his actions were "not intentional."

If the ruling is upheld, Raiola will sit out Sunday's regular season finale against the Packers. The winner of that game will clinch the NFC North division. Raiola will be eligible to return for Detroit's first playoff game.

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Report: Lions tell C Raiola to expect one-game suspension
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

The Lions have informed center Dominic Raiola to expect a one-game suspension from the league for his actions in the third quarter of their Sunday defeat of Chicago, several sources have told Fox Sports.

Raiola was caught on camera stepping on the ankle of Bears defensive lineman Ego Ferguson. He told the media following the game that it was not intentional.

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Lions DT Nick Fairley (knee) ditches crutches
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Lions coach Jim Caldwell told reporters defensive tackle Nick Fairley is "making good progress" in his recovering from knee injury, per the team's official website. Fairley is no longer in crutches and is not a candidate to land on injured reserve "at this precise moment."

Fairley was stretchered off in Week 8 against the Falcons with the injury. He totaled 14 tackles and one forced fumble.

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Lions RB Joique Bell was benched for 'violation of team rules'
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Lions coach Jim Caldwell told reporters that running back Joique Bell was suspended for the first quarter of Sunday's 20-14 victory over Chicago for what he deemed "violation of team rules," reports ESPN.

Bell took a backseat to Reggie Bush early on before emerging late in the second half. After logging only three carries in the first half, Bell finished the game with 74 yards on 13 attempts and a 17-yard score midway through the fourth quarter that gave Detroit the lead to stay. 

Detroit is a 7 1/2-point underdog at Green Bay in Week 17. The Lions have a 22-game losing streak at Lambeau Field, an NFL record for most consecutive road losses against a single opponent. The winner will clinch the NFC North title.

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Report: NFL will review Dominic Raiola's ankle stomp
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The NFL will review Lions center Dominic Raiola's action during the third quarter of Detroit's 20-14 victory over Chicago, according to ESPN.

After walking away from a pile, Raiola was caught on camera stepping on Chicago defensive lineman Ego Ferguson's ankle. Following the game, he told reporters his actions were "not intentional."

"It was totally unintentional," Raiola said. "I remember I was stumbling out. I didn't see the end of it. I apologized at the end of the game, told him it was unintentional and we shook hands and that was it."

Raiola got slapped with a $10,000 fine for cut block in the final minute of a Week 12 loss to New England and could be in line for a heftier fine this time around. Coach Jim Caldwell said on Mondat that it could be a possibility where Raiola is not available for Detroit's Week 17 showdown at Green Bay.

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