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Detroit Lions scouting report: After Stafford, Johnson, offensive lineup gets thin

9:55 PM, Dec. 4, 2012
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz has seen his team's season unravel after three losses, all at home, by a combined 9 points.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz has seen his team's season unravel after three losses, all at home, by a combined 9 points.
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The Packers (8-4) will play the Detroit Lions (4-8) for the second time in four games on Sunday night, this time at Lambeau Field. Following is an updated scouting report on the Lions based on interviews with NFL coaches and scouts:Run offense

The Lions keep putting up impressive numbers offensively overall, but their season is imploding because they aren't winning close games. Their 24-20 loss to the Packers three weeks ago at Ford Field started a stretch in which they've lost three straight games after having the lead in the final two minutes, the first team to do that since San Diego in 2000. ...

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