Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions Live Stream: Thursday’s Thanksgiving amusement Vikings versus Lions between the Detroit Lions (6-4) and the Minnesota Vikings (8-2) is as large as in week 12 of a NFL season. What’s more, what will be the phase at Ford Field, similar to the case a year ago, when the Lions got up in the final quarter to tie the amusement, at that point utilized a block attempt of Sam Bradford’s Darius Slay with 30 seconds to set up a Matt Goal for Prater field without time for a 16-13 win.
Game: Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions
Location: Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan
Date: Thursday, November 23, 2017
Time: 12:00 ET
113th customary season meeting. Vikings lead arrangement, 71-39-2. Vikings are 32-23-1 at Detroit, yet lost 16-13 at Ford Field on Thanksgiving last season. The Vikings are 2-5 against the Lions amid the Mike Zimmer period. They have lost three straight, including a 14-7 difficulty at U.S. Bank Stadium on Oct. 1. This is the Lions’ 78th Thanksgiving diversion, dating to 1934. They are 37-38-2. The Vikings are 5-2 on Thanksgiving.
KEYS TO THE GAME: It’s quite basic how the Vikings lost the initially meeting. They lost three bungles and the turnover fight, 3-0. The Lions transformed two of those mishandles into 10 focuses. The last bumble, by Adam Thielen with 1:51 remaining, secured the 14-7 triumph. The offense needs to secure the football.
The resistance needs to build up its second-positioned run safeguard (77.7) and follow Matthew Stafford, whom they sacked six times in the initially meeting.
It likewise will help if Kai Forbath gets his showing fixed. He missed a 39-yarder in the final quarter of the initially meeting. Also, he’s falling off a diversion in which he missed consecutive field-objective endeavors.
The Lions won the initially meeting by controlling the clock with 31 hurrying endeavors. That was done somewhat out of need with an end goal to keep the Vikings’ threatening pass surge off Stafford.
The Lions still need an adjusted offense, however their line has enhanced over the most recent two months on account of the arrival of Taylor Decker, and they won’t have the inconvenience of playing out and about.
The Vikings do play a great deal of single-high wellbeing on early downs, so maybe Stafford can take more shots downfield.
On protection, the goal is to stop the run above all else and put the diversion in Case Keenum’s hands. The Vikings don’t take many sacks, yet the Lions won’t dither to come after Keenum in long down-and-remove circumstances.