Lions QB Matt Stafford was noticeably limping during and after the game. He also suffered a cut on the back of his throwing hand. But Lions coach Jim Caldwell quieted concerns on Monday, saying his quarterback was, "OK."
"The game is a physical game," Caldwell said. "A lot of contact, as you well know, a lot of collisions out there. So those guys are going to come out of a game pretty sore. I doubt there's anybody that's played 65 plays, like he played, that doesn't come out of there with some issues."
Stafford was pretty solid, throwing for 293 yards and two TDs without an INT. He also added a rushing TD. All that came without his top target in Calvin Johnson, who is nursing an ankle injury and was used sparingly in Week 4. He appears to be good to go for Week 5 vs. Buffalo at home.