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Notes: Detroit Lions may face depleted Packers WR corps on MNF in 2 weeks

Davante Adams had a dominant performance against the Eagles, but it ended with a costly injury.

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The Green Bay Packers’ loss at Lambo to the Philadelphia Eagles hurt in more ways than just in the standings. Sure, the Detroit Lions move into first place above them, but several injuries harmed the longer-term prospects for the team from that place in Wisconsin:

There was a scary hit to Jamaal Williams, but perhaps the most important injury is what appears to be a serious case of turf toe for Davante Adams. The wideout left the field in the fourth quarter after posting career-high numbers, and the Packers red zone offense went to pieces in his absence:

Remember how Philadelphia had to play Detroit without Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson due to injuries in Week 3? File this one away for later:

It did not look good at the end of the game, but who knows? Per Adam Schefter, the Packers wide receiver is getting it checked out today to hopefully rule out season ending surgery.

And now, on to the rest of today’s Notes:

  • The Detroit Lions’ official YouTube account posted the newest installment of X’s and O’s with Dan Orlovsky and Mike O’Hara for Week 4:

  • Dave Birkett from the Detroit Free Press also gave a quick update on Danny Amendola’s injury situation with a choice quote. While it did not make it into the main linked article, Dave shared it on Twitter:

  • Chris Burke and Nick Baumgardner at The Athletic (subscription required) discussed in their Week 4 roundtable whether or not the Lions have a chance at beating the Chiefs.

  • Be advised, it is not too late to get in to see what could be the upset of the year:

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