Kenny Golladay
How The Kenny Golladay Hamstring Injury Can Cause The Lions To Lose To The Saints

The Lions are looking forward to getting back on the winning track against the New Orleans Saints after being robbed of a win versus the Atlanta Falcons and losing to the Carolina Panthers, but will the Kenny Golladay hamstring injury prevent that from happening? Well here are the reports of Golladay’s injury and the fact that he’s not playing versus the Saints. Take a look…

Kenny Golladay Hamstring Injury

Kenny Golladay Unlikely To Play Sunday – RotoBaller (blog)
Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay (hamstring) is expected to miss the team’s Week 6 matchup against the New Orlean Saints. Golladay has been dealing with a nagging hamstring issue for the past few weeks and subsequently has missed …

Matthew Stafford, Kenny Golladay officially questionable against Saints – MLive.com
The Lions also listed Ezekiel Ansah (knee), receiver Kenny Golladay (hamstring), guard T.J. Lang (back), offensive tackle Rick Wagner (shoulder) and running back Dwayne Washington (quad) as questionable. Among them, Golladay seems least likely to …Lions’ Kenny Golladay: Questionable to return Week 6…

Lions’ Kenny Golladay: Limited Thursday – CBSSports.com
Golladay (hamstring) was a limited participant at Thursday’s practice. Golladay has gotten two practices under his belt to begin Week 6 preparations, which …

Lions’ Kenny Golladay: Ruled out Sunday – CBSSports.com
Golladay hasn’t practiced since last Wednesday and hasn’t logged a full practice since Week 3. His second straight absence leaves TJ Jones as the No. 3 receiver behind Golden …

So does this give New Orleans the edge versus the Lions? Unfortunately we think it very well may because the Lions haven’t had a lot success this season with the deep pass to the point that it has become a point of emphasis for an opposing defense. Check the last couple of games, each team were clamping down on the crossing routes and all of the underneath passes which resulted in the games coming down to the wire each time. When Golladay was healthy and used properly, the Lions closed out their victories with little to no stress! And with Eric Ebron not making himself a viable threat the offense may suffer because of the lack of a number of redzone threats that Matthew Stafford need on the field. In fact that is oe of the reasons Golladay was drafted. Here’s what offensive coordinator Cooter had to say about the redzone capabilities…

So what do you think, will the Lions pull off another victory versus the Saints? And who scores the winning TD if they do? We say Golden Tate will score the winning TD, if the Lions win.

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