The Lions keep improving every week despite not having a win. It took the greatest regular-season kick in NFL history to defeat the Lions in Week 4, Justin Tucker nailing a record 68-yard FG as time expired for the Baltimore Ravens in a 19-17 win. The win really should have never counted since a delay of game call was missed. So Detroit will look to get in the win column against their division rivals on the road.
The Bears had a disaster of a Week 3 when rookie QB Justin Fields made his first NFL start. He was sacked nine times by the Cleveland Browns in a 26-6 loss, generating just 80 yards of offense. Now, the Bears don’t know who will start at QB. Andy Dalton may return after missing last week with a bone bruise. Fields is dealing with a hand injury. So Nick Foles may end up being the guy (and probably should be anyway).
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