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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Keeps improving

    Hutchinson recorded 51 tackles with 11.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, seven passes defended and one interception over 17 regular-season games in 2023. Quickly ascending to the upper echelon of defensive ends, Hutchinson tied for sixth in sacks and second in pass breakups among all defensive linemen. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft was also a force in run defense for a Lions unit that finished near the top of the league in most run-defense metrics, like yards per rush allowed (3.7) and rushing yards per game allowed (88.8). However, an inability to find a pass-rushing complement to the newly minted Pro Bowler has hindered a Lions defense that finished with the ninth-fewest sacks (51) in 2023. It is not unrealistic to think Hutchinson's production could improve if the Lions can find a worthy sidekick this offseason.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Goes berserk at Dallas

    Hutchinson recorded five tackles (five solo) including three sacks and a forced fumble in Saturday's 20-19 loss at Dallas. Hutchinson's three sacks in Week 17 tied a career high he originally set back in Week 2 of the 2022 season. Saturday's performance also brought his sack total on the year to 9.5, meaning he can secure the first double-digit sack season of his career by registering in the sack column in Week 18 versus the Vikings.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Comes up big versus Chicago

    Hutchinson logged six tackles (two solo), with a sack and a forced fumble during Sunday's 31-26 win versus the Bears. Hutchinson came up big for the Lions on Sunday, as he sacked Justin Fields late in the fourth quarter and forced a fumble that ended up going out the back of Chicago's end zone for the game-clinching safety. The second-year pro now has 32 tackles (20 solo), including 5.5 sacks, and an interception through 10 games this season.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Has 3.5 sacks over last two games

    Hutchinson recorded 1.5 sacks among his three quarterback hits in Thursday's 34-20 win over the Packers. After failing to notch a sack in the first two games of the season, Hutchinson has heated up with 3.5 sacks over the past two games. The second overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft has been a key contributor for a Detroit team that finds itself in unfamiliar territory, alone atop the NFC North standings at 3-1.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Six pressures in season opener

    Hutchinson had four tackles (three solo) and three quarterback hits in Thursday's 21-20 win over Kansas City. Hutchinson's box score stats in the season opener didn't jump off the page, but he wreaked havoc all night and consistently flushed Patrick Mahomes out of the pocket. Per Ed Werder of ESPN, Hutchinson's career-high six quarterback pressures Thursday tied for the most by a Lions player since 2020. Those pressures will likely start turning into sacks against inferior offensive lines and less mobile quarterbacks for the second overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, who had 9.5 sacks as a rookie.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Impressive rookie year

    Hutchinson registered 52 tackles, 9.5 sacks, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries over 17 games in 2022. It took the No. 2 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft just two weeks into his rookie season to post a breakout game with three sacks in Week 2 against Washington. By season's end, Hutchinson led all rookies with 53 total pressures and nearly 10 sacks while also making history for his position with three picks. While the Detroit defense still needs a few pieces to become a formidable unit, the sky seems to be the limit for Hutchinson as he enters his age-23 season in 2023.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Active against Jets

    Hutchinson (illness) is active for Sunday's game at the Jets, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. After coming down with an illness Thursday, Hutchinson has recovered and appears poised to play Sunday. He should continue to play the vast majority of Detroit's defensive snaps on the edge.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: More modest production

    Hutchinson recorded two tackles during Sunday's 29-0 loss to the Patriots. A poor Week 1 was followed by a massive three-sack Week 2, but Hutchinson hasn't done much of anything since then. He came close to his fourth sack of the season at one point in this one, but Patriots pocket passer Bailey Zappe surprisingly was able to sidestep Hutchinson with ease. With Charles Harris (groin) possibly set to miss time, the Lions will need their highly drafted rookie to increase his productivity coming out of the team's Week 6 bye.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Suiting up against Minnesota

    Hutchinson (thigh) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Vikings. Hutchinson will play Sunday after practicing in a limited capacity this week. Through his first two contests the 22-year-old has tallied seven tackles and three sacks, giving him some early IDP value.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Expected to play

    Hutchinson (thigh) is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup against Minnesota, but he is expected to play, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports. Hutchinson's only practice was a limited session Friday, but it appears that will be enough for him to suit up. He's played on over 80 percent of Detroit's defensive snaps in each of the first two games, tallying three sacks and seven total tackles.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Disappointing regular-season debut

    Hutchinson recorded one assisted tackle during Sunday's 38-35 loss to the Eagles. It was a surprisingly disappointing regular-season debut for Hutchinson, who missed a number of important tackles and had trouble containing quarterback Jalen Hurts. A Week 2 matchup against a solid Washington offensive line isn't the greatest opportunity for a rebound.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Two tackles in preseason debut

    Hutchinson recorded two tackles during Friday's preseason opener against Atlanta. Hutchinson made the first two tackles of the game, the second of which involved blowing by former Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Matthews for a nine-yard TFL. Altogether, Hutchinson lined up both inside and outside along the defensive line, and his variety of pass-rush moves reportedly quieted concerns that he might overly rely upon the bullrush that he extensively used in college, per Tony Garcia of the Detroit Free Press. While it's not clear if we will see Hutchinson play again in the preseason, he seems well on track for a large role on a defense that may again struggle to get off the field in 2022.
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  • Lions' Aidan Hutchinson: Working with starters

    Hutchinson has assumed a starting spot with the first-team defense, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. To the surprise of no one, Hutchinson has seemingly made a good first impression in Detroit, where he has lined up at both defensive end spots in the base defense and as an interior rusher in sub packages. He reportedly blew up three straight plays against the first-team offense during a recent training camp practice from those alignments. While defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn said that he still expects Hutchinson to go through some growing pains during his rookie year, it does not seem like the rookie will be hurting for snaps or pass-rush opportunities.
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