The Lions have allowed 1,327 passing yards this year, around the marks of Minnesota and both New York teams
We might be up for a show coming from Lamar Jackson, folks. The Lions are giving up 221 yards per game just passing to the quarterbacks they face, and that mark is quite mediocre to say the least.
Lamar Jackson could throw for 250 yards easily this weekend, toss one or two touchdowns, and then there is his whole rushing reportoire, which is far from a joke and something Detroit's defense has yet to go against this season.
The last time Jackson played against the Lions, back in 2021, he completed passes (on the road) for 287 yards, so this could be an encore for him building on the damage he already inflicted his NFC foes a couple of years ago.
It's also worth remembering that Jackson is 15-1 against teams from the conference as well as a perfect 7-0 when facing them at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.