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The Lions have one of the most talented defensive lines in all of the NFL, and that stands true even with Nick Fairley currently sidelined.
Against the Dallas Cowboys this formidable front was surprisingly quiet for the majority of the game.
The starters had zero sacks (backup Willie Young had a sack) and recorded only one QB hit on Tony Romo. Not exactly the type of numbers that strike fear into the hearts of opponents.
This may of just been a fluke game, or maybe the Dallas offensive line is exceptionally talented. Whatever the reason for the lack of pressure from the front four, this group needs to come to play against Chicago.
Jay Cutler is known for making bad decisions and throwing interceptions. He does those things when he is under pressure. The Lions can be in Cutler's face all day if they play to their ability.
If they do not generate a consistent pass rush then the good version of Jay Cutler will showcase his talents on Monday Night Football, and running back Matt Forte will find success just as he did in Week 4 against the Carolina Panthers.