Lions vs. Packers injury report: Nick Fairley ruled questionable for Week 14

Mike Carter-US PRESSWIRE

The second-year defensive tackle has been a solid contributor in the starting lineup for the Lions as of late, tallying three sacks and 15 tackles in the last four games for the Lions.

While no players have been officially ruled out for the Lions' Week 14 game against the Packers, several key contributors were listed as questionable for the team in the final injury report before Sunday's game.

Among the six players listed as questionable is defensive tackle Nick Fairley, after a quad injury caused him to miss Thursday's practice and work on a limited basis Wednesday and Friday. He has been a solid contributor in the starting lineup for the Lions as of late, tallying three sacks and 15 tackles in the last four games for the Lions. Also questionable are offensive tackle Jeff Backus, safety Louis Delmas, cornerback Chris Houston, cornerback Jacob Lacey and defensive tackle Corey Williams.

However, the Packers will be missing several players in the lineup as linebacker Clay Matthews, wide receiver Jordy Nelson, running back James Starks, defensive end C.J. Wilson and cornerback Charles Woodson were all ruled out for Sunday. Additionally, defensive end Mike Neal is doubtful, while offensive tackle T.J. Lang and linebacker Terrell Manning are both questionable.

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