JUST IN: Lions in troubling scenario with pair of OL injuries vs. Buccaneers…

The Detroit Lions aim to advance to the third round of the NFL playoffs, but they must first defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There were concerns raised in the second quarter as two forwards were injured. First, Jonah Jackson left the game for evaluation. According to Nikki Jhabwala of The Washington Post, his return is currently in doubt.

The Lions left guard is nursing a knee injury.”Lions Jonah Jackson is questionable to return from knee injury.”Second, superstar center Frank Ragnow left the game after Jared Goff rolled under his feet. At first it looked like a potentially dire injury, but Ragnow returned to the game before the end of the first half.”Frank Ragnau is back.”The Lions dodged a bullet here. Ragnow is considered one of the best centers in the league.

Moreover, the injury looked much worse than it actually was. Frank Ragnau appears to be very ill towards the end of the play. So it’s good to have him back on the field because he’s not too worried about the injury fears. It’s still not a perfect situation and I hope Jonah Jackson returns. The Lions will conduct further evaluations at halftime.

Frank Ragnou is expected to play in the second half. Detroit still has a chance to win this game after halftime. Look for the Lions to run their playbook in the second half. They finished the season with one of the best offenses in the league. Meanwhile, the Bucks have struggled to block the pass all season.

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