Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions, Thursday November 23: A Look Ahead
- The Lions are coming out of their win over Chicago in good health, with only one player on the 53-man roster missing practice time due to injury.
- Meanwhile, Green Bay has 16 players listed on their practice report with various injuries, including some key players like Aaron Jones and Jaire Alexander.
- The Lions are heading into the game as the healthier team, but the extent of the Packers’ injuries will only be known 90 minutes before kickoff.
Preview of the NFC North Matchup
The annual tradition of Thanksgiving football in Detroit will feature the old-school matchup between the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. This will mark the 22nd meeting between the two teams on Thanksgiving, the most in the NFL, and their first since 2013.
The Injury Situation
The Lions are relatively healthy, with only one player missing practice time, while the Packers have several key players dealing with injuries. The extent of the Packers’ injuries will only be known shortly before the game.
As the game approaches, the Lions and Packers are preparing for their Thanksgiving matchup, with the Lions looking to take advantage of the Packers’ injury situation and secure a win at home.