Detroit Lions’ Matthew Stafford vs. Bucks Ankle Injury in First Quarter

Rib and thumb injuries could not prevent Matthew Stafford from starting Saturday game against Tampa Bay Buccaneers, But an ankle injury did not knock Stafford out of Ford Field.

Stafford was injured in the Lions’ third attacking game when he rolled his right ankle while trying to avoid a win over Bucks striker Devin White.

He stayed for the next play, completing a 2-yard pass to Danny Amandola, which was down first, and then went to the Lions bench, where he received immediate medical attention.

The coaches knocked Stafford’s ankle back, but he could not put any weight on his leg and jumped on one leg in the tunnel behind the Lions bench. He was 2-for-3 to cross 17 yards.

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