Bears out to make Lions' road to playoffs bumpier


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The Detroit Lions need to win their final three games to keep their post-season hopes alive. Chicago punts and Detroit will take over on its 26.

Detroit is fifth in points scored in the NFL, fourth in throwing the football, ninth in average gain per pass and first in punt returns on the strength of two long returns for touchdowns by Jamal Agnew.

There are two things that really made this play impressive.

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Despite not having a great overall season, the Bears have the potential to play spoiler.

Still, this is just further evidence that Cohen is a threat to score every time he touches the ball.

STAFFORD'S STREAK: With a banged-up right hand, Stafford extended his starting streak to 112 games, including the playoffs, in last week's win at Tampa Bay. Lions guard T.J. Lang is questionable with a foot injury that allowed him to practice on a limited basis on Thursday. Center Travis Swanson is out with a concussion.

Detroit also could be without its best pass rusher, Ezekiel Ansah (ankle), while the Bears offense nearly is as healthy as it's been all year, other than the balky shoulder on rookie tight end Adam Shaheen.