Detroit Lions’ Matthew Stafford Unlikely to Play on Thanksgiving

Posted: 23rd November 2009 by Michael Schottey in NFL
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John Niyo of the Detroit News reported today following Jim Schwartz' Monday presser that quarterback Matthew Stafford has suffered an AC joint sprain (separation). If someone didn't see the play (thanks to a state-wide blackout), I highly suggest a trip over to to see the replays. If you haven't even heard of what happened, I highly suggest coming out from the rock you're living under. Stafford, on the second-to-last play, scrambled around for what seemed like somewhere between 20-30 minutes and eventually heaved the football toward the corner of the end zone. After he let go of the ball, Cleveland Browns lineman CJ Mosley went Jack Lambert on the Lions QB and sent him crashing to the turf. Stafford came back into the game after an ill-advised Mangini timeout and threw a TD pass s ...

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