‘We’ll see,’ says Jared Goff of the Lions’ injury situation.


‘We’ll see,’ Jared Goff says of the Lions’ injury status.

During the 2021 season, the Detroit Lions have struggled to find a consistent quarterback, and now they’re dealing with Jared Goff’s health issues, complicating matters even more.

Goff might or might not be ready to play by Sunday, and he missed practice on Wednesday, which was a source of frustration for the team early in the week.

The big question for Lions fans to watch the rest of the week is whether or not Goff will be able to go, and the quarterback himself was coy on the subject Wednesday.

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Goff admitted to being a little more sore than he would have expected coming off of Week 10 in an interview with the media published on November 17 on DetroitLions.com.

“I’m in a lot of pain.

When asked about his feelings, he said, “It’s a little more sore than I expected, but I’m fine.”

The issue, according to Goff, is not pain, but rather body functionality and throwing ability.

“It adds to the functionality of the system.”

The pain is masked by whatever I can.

It’s the ability to carry out all of one’s responsibilities.

He said, “We’ll see.”

Goff stated that he has been feeling better since Sunday.

Despite this, he is unsure if he will be able to attend.

“Since the game, it’s gotten better.”

I’m not sure if it will be better by Sunday.

Let’s see how things turn out.

“I’m optimistic,” Goff said.

With this in mind, anything is still possible for the Lions in Week 11.

If Goff is unable to play, the team will start either backup Tim Boyle or David Blough, with Boyle having a chance to start.

Goff himself appears to be unsure of how things will turn out.

If Goff is unable to play, who will likely take his place as the starting quarterback?

Many believed David Blough, the team’s backup at the moment, would be the next man up if Goff didn’t make it through practice this week.

Despite this, the team has Tim Boyle on the bench, and Boyle got first-team reps on Wednesday.

Thanks to his offseason, training camp, and preseason performances, Boyle has developed a cult following among fans.

Boyle has yet to score a touchdown or throw an interception in the NFL, and he has only 15 passing yards to his name.

Blough, on the other hand, has

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