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The San Francisco 49ers will encounter another very strong offensive team when they line up against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
The 49ers, who defeated the favored Green Bay Packers last week, will look to add on to their already terrifying array of accolades shown in the Packers win by knocking off Calvin Johnson, Matthew Stafford and the Lions in the Candlestick Park home opener.
San Francisco has been dealt another team that will throw the ball at will.
Detroit needed a come-from-behind win against he Rams in Week 1 and will look to exploit the 49ers at the one wavering aspect of their entire package: the secondary.
Just like the Packers, the Lions will let Stafford throw the ball, just as he did when he threw 48 times in Week 1. Stafford found 10 different receivers on Sunday, with five of them tallying over four receptions. In comparison, Aaron Rodgers accomplished the same feat last week.
This will be a pass-happy offense coming at the 49ers on Sunday.
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Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson missed Wednesday’s practice because of a foot injury, according to the team’s official injury report.
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According to Anwar Richardson is MLive.com, Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson didn’t practice on Wednesday. Head coach Jim Schwartz wouldn’t disclose why Johnson was out.
#Lions coach Jim Schwartz would not disclose why Calvin Johnson did not participate in today’s #NFL practice.
— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) September 12, 2012
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According to Anwar Richardson of MLive.com, Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson was back at practice today after missing Wednesday’s practice with a knee injury.
#Lions WR Calvin Johnson is back at practice. Missed yesterday with foot injury #NFL
— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) September 13, 2012
There’s no doubt in my mind that Johnson will be ready to go this week.
Lions All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson missed Wednesday's practice and was listed on the injury report with a foot injury. Madden curse or minor bumps and bruises? Lions coach Jim Schwartz wasn't letting on what's ailing Johnson, or if his status for Sunday night's game at San Francisco was in jeopardy. "Injury report. You know me," Schwartz said...
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