The Detroit Lions Head To New York To Take On The Giants

The Detroit Lions Head To New York To Take On The Giants

As Week 2 of the new NFL season wraps up tonight with Monday Night Football, we have a matchup between two teams looking like polar opposites as they begin to set the tone for their seasons. That said, they're 0-5 against the number in their last five games in Week 2.

As for the Lions, they are coming off of a thrilling 35-23 opening week victory at home against the Arizona Cardinals.

In Week 1 of the #2017 Nfl Season, neither #Eli Manning or Matt Stafford had what they would call a game to remember.

If you do not have access to a cable log-in, you can watch the Ravens vs. Patriots game through Sling TV, using a free one-week trial. We had bad games past year.

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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) celebrates after throwing a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints during the second half of a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Defensively they were better and held the Cowboys to just one touchdown, but the Lion's defense they'll face tonight has been just as good. The problem was the Lions lack of offense during the first three-quarters.

NY did not fare well against Dallas, but its defense performed decently considering the circumstances.

This time it's the Giants that are dealing with an injury to a star, receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who may or may not be ready to hit the field against Detroit.

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