NFC North injury report, Week 15: Matthew Stafford passes concussion test

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The Lions' dismal season continued with another loss, while Matthew Stafford took some big hits.

The Detroit Lions suffered yet another miserable defeat on Sunday, this time coming at the hands of the woeful Arizona Cardinals.

Matthew Stafford was given a concussion test after getting knocked around in the third quarter, but he was able to return to action.

The only real good news coming out of the contest for Detroit was the lack of injuries, who only lost corner Jacob Lacey to a knee ailment in the first half.

The Minnesota Vikings continued their march toward the playoffs with a 36-22 road win over the St. Louis Rams, and headed home with only Brian Robison to worry about.

Robison injured his shoulder early in the contest and had to be replaced, as he stayed on the bench for the rest of the afternoon.

In the game between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, the Bears only saw tackle Jonathan Scott go down with a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter. Green Bay wrapped up the division without incident.

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