Reactions to Detroit Lions vs. Cleveland Browns game

Nov 20 2016 Detroit MI USA Detroit Lions offensive tackle Taylor Decker walks on the field after the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Ford Field. Lions won 26-19. Mandatory Credit Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

The Lions will be without guard T.J. Lang against the Browns because of a concussion. Here's hoping Collins is able to get back on the field and help Cleveland try and steal its first win of the year.

Here's what to watch for when the teams kick off at 1. The rookie did not throw an interception in the first three quarters.

See how Twitter reacted to the touchdown and the Browns' lead.

Here are reactions to notable moments during Sunday's Detroit Lions vs. Cleveland Browns game, compiled by Eric Coughlin of The Detroit News. Kizer's sneak failed, and the Browns found that they had a big problem when it did - namely, they were out of timeouts, and nobody seemed to know what to do as time ticked down. Defensive end Ziggy Ansah is doubtful because of a back injury.

- The Browns' defense is ranked ninth overall allowing on average 313.5 yards per game and fourth against the run surrendering 84.3 yards per game on the ground after being ranked 31st in both categories last season.

Cleveland and their fans have had little reason to celebrate this season, especially after All-Pro lineman Joe Thomas went down with a triceps injury, breaking his record for consecutive snaps played.

- Detroit's remaining schedule includes only one game against a team that is now above.500: Minnesota in their traditional Thanksgiving Day match.



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