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    OffenseOffensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter’s squad is fortunate to have a healthy T.J. Lang returning from a concussion in Week 4 against the Cowboys [url=]Color Rush Sylvester Williams Jersey[/url] , but the loss of running back Theo Riddick after some missed practices reduces options in crucial third down situations. Riddick is obviously an amazing receiving threat, but our John Whiticar reminded the rest of the staff that he is also the best pass protector in the Detroit backfield.The Dolphins expect to get starting cornerback Bobby McCain and Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake back on the field for Sunday’s contest against the Lions, so this will not be the same unit that gave Mitchell Trubisky ample time in a clean pocket to look like a legitimate quarterback. This means keeping Matthew Stafford upright to buy time for receivers to get open against good coverage could be a tough challenge in the Miami heat. Other notable items on offense for the final injury report of the week are that tight end Michael Roberts is ready to go, as is running back Kerryon Johnson. After a full week of rest, the rookie sensation is back from tweaking his ankle against Green Bay. Both Lang and Roberts were full participants at practice on Thursday and Friday despite being listed on the final injury report, and should be available to play on game day.DefenseOn the other side of the ball, lingering pain in Ryan Tannehill’s throwing shoulder from an injury against the Bengals earlier in the season means Brocktober rolls on. Pride of Detroit’s Justin Simon thinks Osweiler is the weakest link of the Dolphins offense due to his inability to get the ball down the field consistently. Per Windy City Gridiron’s Robert Zeglinski, “280 of (Osweiler’s 380) passing yards came after the catch with the Bears defense missing 19 tackles as a team.”That means defensive coordinator Paul Pasqualoni’s favorite points of emphasis will be the focus against Miami. Stop Frank Gore. Prevent big plays by tackling Albert Wilson right away. Take away Osweiler’s easy reads and make him uncomfortable. The one mystery on Detroit’s injury report is intricately tied to these paths to success: Ezekiel Ansah. The fact that Ziggy has been limited but available all week does not really provide much information:Limited and questionable leading up to Week 2 on the road at the 49ers – InactiveLimited and questionable at home in Week 3 against the Patriots – InactiveNo practice and an early out in the Week 4 loss to the Cowboys – InactiveLimited but again an early out for the Week 5 win over the Packers – InactiveLimited in practice all week heading into the post-bye Week 7 game with the DolphinsOur Jeremy Reisman has this as a key match-up to watch for Pasqualoni’s unit: “Ansah has now had a full month to recover from his shoulder injury [url=][/url] , and it seems logical this would be the week he returns. However, he remains limited in practice, so who knows?” Thankfully for the purposes of crashing Brocktoberfest the defensive front once again has the services of Eli Harold (3.0 sacks in four games so far) — but it sure would be nice to get Ziggy back, too.The Lions are in surprisingly good health on the back end despite the loss of Jamal Agnew to injured reserve. Both cornerback Teez Tabor (groin injury against the Packers) and veteran safety Tavon Wilson (inactive against the Packers) were full participants all week at practice. Any inactives for the secondary on Sunday will likely be at the discretion of the coaching staff and not due to injuries. Lions Friday injury reportRB Theo Riddick (knee) – no practice (OUT)DE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder) – Limited practice (questionable)G T.J. Lang (concussion) – Full practice (questionable)TE Michael Roberts (knee) – Full practice (questionable)RB Kerryon Johnson (ankle) – Full practiceCB Teez Tabor (groin) – Full practiceS Tavon Wilson (back) – Full practiceDolphins injury reportDE Charles Harris (calf) – No practice (OUT)QB Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) – Limited practice (OUT)DE Jonathan Woodard (concussion) – No practice (OUT)TE A.J. Derby (foot) – Limited practice (questionable)CB Bobby McCain (knee) – Full practice (questionable)S T.J. McDonald (knee) – Full practice (questionable)WR DeVante Parker (quad) – Full practice (questionable)DE Cameron Wake (knee) – Full practice (questionable)WR Danny Amendola (not injury related) – Full practiceDE Andre Branch (knee) – Full practiceOT Jesse Davis (elbow) – Full practiceRB Frank Gore (not injury related) – Full practiceWR Jakeem Grant (shoulder) – Full practiceS Reshad Jones (shoulder) – Full practiceUpdate : Ansah was ruled out for Week 7 against Miami after the Friday report. Saturday’s games came and went without much fanfare. Both the Cowboys and the Colts seemed to handle their opponents with easy. What was supposed to be one of the most entertaining first rounds of the playoffs turned out to be a dud of a day.That being said, Sunday is another opportunity to impress, and the later game actually provides some intrigue for Detroit Lions fans, specifically. The Chicago Bears swept the Lions this week and really dominated the entire division. Though most fans would argue the Packers are the bigger rival, the Bears aren’t that far behind [url=][/url] , and many are probably hoping Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears fall flat on their face in the opening round.But they’ll have to face off against an Eagles team with a couple of important ties to the Lions. Perhaps most notable is the fact that the Detroit Lions hold the Eagles’ third-round draft pick. So the deeper the Eagles go in the postseason, the worse the Lions’ draft pick becomes. If the Eagles lose on Sunday, the Lions will get the 21st pick in the third round. If the Eagles win, that pick could be as low as 32nd in the round, depending on when (if) the Eagles get eliminated.Of course, there are probably a lot of Golden Tate fans left in Detroit, and even though the star wide receiver already has a Super Bowl, it’s hard not to root for the guy that gave the Lions so much. So today’ Question of the Day is:Who are you rooting for Sunday afternoon: Eagles or Bears?My answer: I’m having a really tough time with this one. On one hand [url=]Color Rush Christian Jones Jersey[/url] , it’s hard to ever root for a rival, especially the Bears, who are feeling extra self-important now that they’ve turned the franchise around on a dime. Then there’s the nightmare scenario where Trubisky picks up his first playoff win in his only attempt, meaning Bears fans would have the argument “Trubisky has more playoff wins than Matthew Stafford.”But all of that is easily ignorable. It’s not like Bears fans are going to be any less obnoxious with a loss. They’re obnoxious by nature. Nothing will change that. And if we’re looking at this purely from a logical perspective, a Bears win helps the franchise most. It makes the Lions’ draft pick better, and it makes the Bears’ draft pick worse. I know there isn’t a ton of difference from Round 3, Pick 21 to Round 3, Pick 25 (or whatever the Eagles will end up having). And I know this sounds weird coming from someone who was against the Lions tanking [url=]Youth Frank Ragnow Jersey[/url] , but rooting for a Lions win is much more satisfying than rooting for a Bears loss. And there is a difference, however slight, between a pick in the middle of the third round to a pick at the end. So let’s just say we’re rooting for an Eagles loss, not a Bears win. Your turn.

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