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Head coach Jim Caldwell indicated early in the day it would take close to a miracle for Johnson to be ready to go.
As bizarre as it might sound, Calvin Johnson’s absence could make Detroit a better team in the long run.
“I’m guessing it’s not a coincidence,” Bush said with a laugh. “It’s not a coincidence at all.
Caldwell said the potential absences of Fauria and Ebron will not influence the decision on whether to play Johnson.
Coming off the high of a fourth quarter comeback against Tampa Bay and a helpful bye week, linebacker Junior Galette sees a real turnaround coming for New Orleans’ struggling defense.
The Lions are a 3-point favorite to beat the New Orleans Saints Sunday at Ford Field.
“I wouldn’t allow that,” Lombardi said with a smile.
Ideally, later in the season the Lions will have Johnson healthy and be able to surround him with more fully developed wide receivers.
“I’m playing this week,” Bush told Stoney, Bill and Sara of 97.1 The Ticket on Wednesday. “Everything’s good.”
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