Lions QB Stafford "not out of the woods yet" with hand injury

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford suffered a hand injury against Baltimore

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford suffered a hand injury against Baltimore

As of right now, Lions head coach Jim Caldwell was non-committal on his status for this weekend, according to Lions writer Tori Petry. But Caldwell says he's "not out of the woods" on this hand injury, and that could spell the end for Detroit's playoff chances this season. "We'll see what he can do as the week goes on".

Stafford is putting together yet another highly productive season now second in the league with 3,302 passing yards with 22 touchdowns with seven interceptions while holding a 98.2 passer rating. Rudock completed three of five passes for 24 yards and an interception against the Ravens and has appeared in three games this season. However, the injury sounds quite painful and is to the quarterback's throwing hand.

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Since then, Stafford has been up and down, but he is coming off of two strong seasons which saw him post passer ratings of 97 and 93.3, respectively. He is on pace to finish with his seventh straight season with more than 4,000 passing yards. The quarterback became the highest-paid player in National Football League history when he signed a five-year, $135 million extension before this season.

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