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Monday Night NFL Football 2019 Live Stream:The Detroit Lions have defeated the Green Bay Packers four straight times. The last time that happened came in 1982-’83, when Monte Clark coached the Lions and Bart Starr was the Packers’ bossOn Monday night, the Lions have a chance to notch their first five-game winning streak over the Packers since they won 11 in a row between 1949-’54. Green Bay, which is off to a 4-1 start, is a 3.5-point favorite over Detroit (2-1-1).
Stafford topped the 4,000-yard mark seven straight years between 2011-’17. In that time, he averaged a whopping 4,564 passing yards per season. Stafford had an off year in 2018, but still threw for 3,777 yards. Stafford is off to a fast start in 2019, throwing for nine touchdowns, two interceptions and compiling a passer rating of 102.6 in his first four games. Stafford will make his 133rd consecutive start Monday, the sixth-longest streak of all-time.
Jones became the first NFL player to ever register four rushing TDs in a game against Dallas. Jones also leads the league with eight touchdowns in 2019. Packers’ No. 2 running back Jamaal Williams returns after missing last week with a concussion.The Lions traded up into the second round of the 2018 draft and selected former Auburn standout Kerryon Johnson. With Johnson leading the way, Detroit moved up to No. 23 in rushing offense in 2018 and has jumped to No. 13 this year.
Golladay has four touchdowns in four games, while Jones leads the Lions in receiving yards (277). Amendola remains a clever slot man, while Hockenson — the eighth overall pick in April’s draft — had 131 receiving yards in the opener, but has slowed since. The Packers will be without Davante Adams (turf toe) for a second straight game. Without Adams last week, Green Bay’s receivers combined for just four catches and 55 yards.
Packers rookie left guard Elgton Jenkins is off to a terrific start, which has given Green Bay an above average starter at every position except right guard.Detroit’s Frank Ragnow, a first-round draft pick in 2018, moved to center this year after playing guard a year ago. Ragnow has size (6-5, 312), power, takes smart angles and is currently rated as the top center in football by Pro Football Focus.
Right guard Graham Glasgow is a dominant run blocker who ranks as the No. 3 guard in football by PFF. Left guard Joe Dahl, now in his fourth season, is a first-time starter who’s holding up well. Left tackle Taylor Decker (6-7, 311), a first-round draft choice in 2016, has gradually become a solid player and allowed just three sacks last year. Former University of Wisconsin standout Ricky Wagner signed a deal in 2017 that made him the NFL’s highest paid right tackle, but hasn’t played to the level of that contract.
The Lions have the pieces for a terrific front, but they haven’t played that way during the first quarter of the season. Detroit ranks 23rd in rushing defense (124.8) and 27th in sacks (9.0). Detroit signed ex-Patriot Trey Flowers to a five year, $90 million deal in free agency that includes $56 million in guarantees. Flowers had a career-high 9.5 sacks last season, and according to Pro Football Focus, the second most pressures in the NFL. After four games, though, Flowers has just one sack.
The Lions traded for mammoth tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison midway through the 2018 season, which immediately upgraded the interior. Tackle A’Shawn Robinson is a rising player, while end Romeo Okwara is extremely powerful and led the Lions in sacks last year. Ex-Packer Mike Daniels won’t play due to a foot injury. Green Bay made some strides in the run game against Dallas, but still entered Week 6 ranked 26th in the league in rushing defense (138.2) and 31st in yards per carry (5.2).
Lions middle linebacker Jarrad Davis led Detroit in tackles and finished third on the team in sacks last year. Outside linebacker Devon Kennard has a team-high 3.0 sacks, while fellow outside backer Christian Jones — an ex-Chicago Bear — is solid, but far from spectacular. Green Bay’s preferred outside linebackers in 2018 — Clay Matthews and Nick Perry — combined for 5.0 sacks all season. This year’s preferred starters — Preston Smith and Za’Darius Smith — have already combined for 10.5 sacks.
Packers’ inside linebacker Oren Burks missed the first four games with a pectoral injury, but returned last week and should see his snaps go up. Heading into Week 6, the Packers ranked fourth in opposing quarterback rating (75.9) and second in interceptions (seven). No. 1 corner Jaire Alexander was tasked with shadowing Dallas’ Amari Cooper a week ago, and Cooper won by TKO (11 catches, 226 yards one TD).
“I think Will’s done a great job,” Packers coach Matt LaFleur said. “I tell you what, he gives it his all each and every day and just like a lot of other players he’s fighting through a lot of stuff. But one thing you can always count on is you are going to get his best.”Detroit revamped its secondary after finishing 31st in the league in interceptions (seven) last year. The only returnees are Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay and steady safety Quandre Diggs.
The Lions gave cornerback Justin Coleman $36 million in free agency. Second-year free safety Tracy Walker has stepped in for the departed Glover Quin and has almost twice as many tackles (36) as anyone else on the roster.Detroit had the best special teams units in the division last year, led by kicker Matt Prater (28-of-32, 87.5%). Prater, now in his 13th season, is off to a slow start this year (7-of-9, 77.8%).
Patricia then proceeded to go just 6-10 in his first year and the Lions finished in last place in the NFC North.Patricia probably needs to keep the Lions in playoff contention all season to ensure a 2020 return.Heading into Week 6, Packers rookie head coach Matt LaFleur was 4-1. The NFL’s seven other first-year coaches were just 6-26-1 (.197).