Detroit Lions (7-7) Should Break Down New York Giants (5-9)

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The Detroit Lions get the New York Giants at Ford Field this week. The game starts at 4:05 PM ET and can be seen on FOX. Detroit is expected to have the upper hand as a 9.5 point favorite and comes into the game with a 7-7 overall record and 4-3 home record. New York sports a 5-9 overall record and 2-5 away record.

The Lions are coming off a narrow 18-16 defeat against the Ravens. Reggie Bush had 17 carries for 86 yards reaching the end zone once. Calvin Johnson also had a solid game, catching six balls for 98 yards. The Giants are coming off a 23-0 blowout loss versus the Seahawks. Eli Manning completed 18 passes on 31 attempts for 156 yards passing and five interceptions.


Giants Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

C

72.5

E. Manning

284

485

3,410

16

25


Lions Passing Leaders

Grade

Name

Comp

Att

Yds

TDs

Int

A

93.3

M. Stafford

324

559

4,211

28

17


Giants Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B

86.8

A. Brown

RB

110

441

4.0

3

C+

79.1

B. Jacobs

RB

58

238

4.1

4

C

74.5

P. Hillis

RB

56

191

3.4

2


Lions Rushing Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Att

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A

95.1

R. Bush

RB

197

940

4.8

4

B-

80.5

J. Bell

RB

138

528

3.8

7

A

93.3

M. Stafford

QB

36

70

1.9

2


Giants Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

B+

88.0

V. Cruz

WR

73

998

13.7

4

B

83.6

H. Nicks

WR

50

794

15.9

0

B-

80.4

R. Randle

WR

37

571

15.4

6


Lions Receiving Leaders

Grade

Name

P

Rec

Yds

YdsA

TDs

A+

100+

C. Johnson

WR

81

1,449

17.9

12

C

76.5

K. Durham

WR

36

476

13.2

2

A

95.1

R. Bush

RB

47

463

9.9

2


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