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    The Detroit Lions are going to be headed to Chicago down two of their best players. The team released their final injury report for Week 10 on Friday and both cornerback Darius Slay and starting right guard T.J. Lang are listed as OUT this week for the Bears game. Both players were not able to make it out on the practice field all week.Missing both players could be extremely harmful for the Lions T.J. Jones Jersey[/url] , as their absences will play right into the Bears’ strengths. Kenny Wiggins is expected to replace Lang on the offensive line, and he’ll have to deal with the likes of Akiem Hicks and potentially Eddie Goldman, one of the best run-stopping duos you’ll see among NFL interior defensive linemen. Wiggins has played quite a bit in relief for Lang, but he has consistently struggled.The Lions’ secondary has also had a ton of issues this year, and without their best player Kerry Hyder Jersey[/url] , the outlook seems grim for the Lions this week. With Slay out, Nevin Lawson becomes the team’s No. 1 cornerback, with either Teez Tabor or DeShawn Shead picking up the slack at the other outside cornerback position. Tabor is the only cornerback in the NFL that has allowed a perfect passer rating this season, while Shead has been on and off the roster this year.Meanwhile, the Bears are expected to have receiving threats Allen Robinson II and potentially tight end Adam Shaheen back this week. That’s a rough combination of injury luck for a Lions pass defense that is already allowing the third-highest passer rating and ranks 30th in DVOA.Here is the full injury report for Week 10:Lions injury reportG T.J. Lang (neck) – OUTCB Darius Slay (knee) – OUTLB Eli Harold (shoulder) – DoubtfulDE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder) – Questionable LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin (neck) – QuestionableRB Kerryon Johnson (ankle) – Questionable TE Luke Willson (shoulder) – Questionable Bears injury reportTE Dion Sims (concussion) – OUTDL Bilal Nichols (knee) – LimitedLions-49ers inactives: Ezekiel Ansah OUT vs. 49ers The Detroit Lions will not quite be as healty as expected for their Week 2 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. While running back LeGarrette Blount will play on Sunday Zach Zenner Jersey[/url] , defensive end Ezekiel Ansah will not go, despite earlier reports from both Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport that he was headed towards playing this week.Ansah was limited in practice all week and didn’t seem to test his shoulder much, which was injured in the first half of the game against the Jets. Ansah looked like one of the better defensive players out there in the debut, picking up a sack and four tackles on just 19 snaps. Having him out is going to hurt the Lions. Expect newly added Romeo Okwara to get some playing time in his place, along with Kerry Hyder Jr.The Lions will also be without starting right guard T.J. Lang Quandre Diggs Jersey[/url] , who injured his back at the very end of the game last week. Either Kenny Wiggins or Joe Dahl are expected to start in his place.Lions inactives:OL T.J. LangTE Hakeem VallesWR Brandon PowellDE Ezekiel AnsahOL Andrew DonnalOL Jamil DembyRB Ameer Abdullah49ers inactivesWR Marquise GoodwinOL Erik MagnusonOL Joshua GarnettOL Shon ColemanLB Malcolm SmithOL Matt TobinDT Julian Taylor

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