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Marvin Jones had a lot to do with that. I have a hard time believing that either of them have truly lost a step. What I can believe is that there needs to be some rust shaken off. As far as the rest of the receiving unit, Kenny Golladay is having a heck of a season already and Golden Tate looked like Golden Tate on Sunday. It certainly would be nice to see a tight end do something too, though.The Lions might have a run gameThe Lions running backs didn’t do anything spectacular on Sunday, but they did rush for 98 yards. The Lions have been able to rush for 98 or more yards just five times in the last two years. That’s really bad.The Lions might finally be onto something with the combination of Kerryon Johnson, Theo Riddick and LeGarrette Blount, but most specifically with Kerryon Johnson. The rookie averaged 5.4 yards per carry on Sunday. He only ran for 43 yards, but looked impressive in his limited opportunities. What was definitely apparent on Sunday is that the Lions will probably go to Johnson more as the No. 1 back. He’s put in work and shown what he’s capable of. If he becomes the guy that so many thought he would be, he’s going to be trouble for opposing defense. The Lions have a pass rush?Who would have thought the 2018 Lions would rack up six sacks this season, let alone in one game. How is this happening? It’s all about the scheme. If anything has shown that Matt Patricia’s scheme can work, it’s this right here. There’s still some concern from me that a lot of the pass rush has come from the linebackers as opposed to the defensive line. It feels like the Lions could live or die on the idea that their linebackers are going to be rushing the passer so often. You can see already the possibility of the Lions getting burned this way.The Lions run defense is god awful. I’m not sure they can get better there, but they have a pass rush and they have a secondary. 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This week’s edition of Thursday Night Football features a cross-conference matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and the Denver Broncos in the heat of the desert. The Cardinals find themselves heading into Week 7 at just 1-5. First-year head coach Steve Wilks has struggled to translate his defensive smarts to the field, most blatantly displayed by his blind love of nickel packages on defense. Through the first few weeks of the season, the Cardinals defense found themselves in nickel packages at a rate far higher than any other team in the league. For reasons unknown to most, even in goal-line, clear running situations, Wilks still deployed the nickel package and his stubbornness has cost the team this far into the season. The Cardinals offense hasn’t been any better — fragile journeyman quarterback Sam Bradford proved blatantly inept at leading the offense, and unfortunately rookie quarterback Josh Rosen hasn’t had much luck either. 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Will the Broncos keep their playoff hopes alive in the desert? Will Josh Rosen finally perform like the first round pick that he was? Can Demaryius Thomas live up to his fantasy hype at least once this season? Let us know your answers to those and any other thoughts on tonight’s game in the comments.