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This game could go either way and could easily turn into a defensive stand-off. However, both teams have capable quarterbacks who are willing to sit in the pocket long enough to make the big play while taking strong hits. The run game along with clock management also will be a big factor in determining the winner of this contest. The team that can control the tempo while keeping their defense on the bench will have the advantage.
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Turnovers have also been a big factor for these teams in the first half of the 2016 season. If the Lions can protect the ball they will have the advantage heading into the 4th quarter where they have yet to give up the rock. The Vikings however also run a disciplined team and if they begin to fumble this game could get out of hand quickly. One thing for sure, we will be watching and you should too.
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HollywoodLifers, who will you be rooting for in this epic battle up north? Do you think the Lions will come out to play and get the win or will the Vikings crush it at home and get the win? Let us know what will happen in this NFC showdown.
The Monday after a loss always stings for Detroit Lions fans. But this one’s different – the way that 30-26 loss to the Atlanta Falcons transpired. We’ll hear from coach Jim Caldwell at his weekly news conference, starting a little after noon Monday, as the Lions get ready to play the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4.
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Detroit’s audience was the biggest of the two cities, getting a combined 28.7 rating on ESPN and the local ABC station. In New York, it got a 14.8 ESPN/ABC combo rating.
Outside of Detroit and New York, the top markets were: New Orleans (13.8), Norfolk (12.9), Philadelphia (12.5), Richmond-Petersburg (12.1), Washington, DC (11.0), Buffalo (10.7), Atlanta (10.4), Las Vegas (10.3), Baltimore (10.2) and Denver (10.1).