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Lions notes: Watch CBS' story on Jerome Harrison

Lions notes looks at Jerome Harrison, Ndamukong Suh, Jeff Backus and much more.

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  • If you missed the story on CBS about Jerome Harrison, you can watch it here:
  • After Thursday's game, Matt Schaub had this to say when asked about Ndamukong Suh's kick: Suh, by the way, was gone from Ford Field by the time the media had access to the locker room, so he did not have a comment on the play.
  • I have to agree with Pro Football Focus, which said this on Thursday: Suh played a great game. He was constantly in the backfield disrupting plays, but unfortunately that has been overshadowed by the kick.
  • In all likelihood, the crappy review/penalty rule that cost the Lions a touchdown on Thursday will be reviewed and changed by the NFL next offseason.
  • Louis Delmas was unable to finish Thursday's game because of soreness. Hopefully the extra break in between games will allow him to be ready to go next week.
  • Tony Scheffler dislocated his left pinky on Thursday.
  • Jeff Backus said after Thursday's game that he did everything he could to try and play against the Texans, but his injury just didn't allow that to happen.
  • As noted by Tim Twentyman, Backus' absence ended a streak of 236 consecutive games going back to when he played at Michigan.
  • This is a pretty amazing stat:
  • Before Thursday, the Texans hadn't allowed a single rushing touchdown all season. Mikel Leshoure and Joique Bell each had a rushing TD on Thanksgiving.
  • Gunther Cunningham was quite angry during Thursday's game, and he showed off his kicking leg to express his frustration.
  • Matthew Stafford passed the 11,000 career passing yards mark on Thursday. He joined Kurt Warner as the only two players to do that in 40 games in NFL history.
  • Calvin Johnson became only the seventh player in NFL history to cross the 7,000 receiving yards mark in his first six seasons.
  • The Green Bay Packers' Brad Jones was fined $15,750 for his roughing the passer penalty on Stafford last week.

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