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This is not your usual Detroit Lions. The (mind you) first-place Lions will head to Minnesota this weekend to take on a Vikings team who got emasculated so badly by the Eagles on Monday Night Football that I wouldn’t be surprised if Andrew Tate showed up to their facilities this week. The Lions are coming into this game after scoring at will against the Commanders last weekend. Everything looks sunny in Detroit, as it appears offensive coordinator Ben Johnson must be taking the pill from Limitless because this offense leads the league in big plays. Jared Goff has looked like the best version of himself this year. Goff has completed forty-one of seventy-one passes to the tune of 471 yards, six touchdowns, and one interception. QB one and Amon-Ra St. Brown must’ve recreated the did we just become best friends? scene from Step-Brothers during training camp. The duo has been unstoppable, connecting seventeen times for three touchdowns. And on the ground? D’Andre Swift is playing like a young Adrian Peterson. The guy has found more holes than the gopher from Caddyshack. The Lions’ pass rush has been going at quarterbacks like a fat guy heading for the buffet on a Disney cruise. Aidan Hutchinson, who returned to practice this week, had a coming-out party against the Vikings with three sacks.

As the Lions trend up, the Vikings trend down. Darius Slay made Kirk Cousins his baby last week, picking the quarterback off three times (although it can be argued Justin Jefferson is at fault for at least one of them). Cousins has treated Justin Jefferson like he’s from Alabama and THEY’RE cousins because he’s giving him way too many targets. Minnesota’s rush defense looked weaker than Biden’s border patrol policy, and they had some problems in their own rushing attack. Dalvin Cook only ran six times Monday for a forgettable seventeen yards. The tides are turning in the NFC North. The Lions are the little brother that’s finally hit a growth spurt and is ready to make big-bro pay for all the nut-taps through the years. Vegas likes the Vikings -5.5, but the Lions are winning this ball game. The Lions always play close games, and to think they wouldn’t be able to come out swinging against a Minnesota team that got trampled on earlier this week is insane. Take the Lions Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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