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    Detroit Lions looking to safeties to slow Ravens’ Lamar Jackson


    Allen Park — The Detroit Lions opened the season having to cope with the schematic wizardly of San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan. And on Monday, they were tasked with slowing reigning MVP and longtime tormenter Aaron Rodgers under the bright lights of prime time at Lambeau Field. 

    If you thought maybe, just maybe the schedule would start to ease up three weeks into the season, guess again. On Sunday, the Lions welcome the Baltimore Ravens to town, led by another former MVP, and arguably the greatest dual-threat quarterback the league has ever seen in Lamar Jackson. 

    There will be no rest for these weary Lions, facing an 0-3 start for the first time since 2015. 

    Through those first two games, the Lions surrendered 76 points. To be fair, that’s not all on the defense, but the unit does rank in the bottom half of the league in yards allowed and have been even worse on a per-play basis. 



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