In the past Thanksgiving game, the Detroit Lions not only lost to the Chicago Bears 16-14, but also lost a talent: running back D’Andre Swift left early due to a sprained shoulder.
D’Andre Swift was injured in the second quarter of the game. When D’Andre Swift rushed for 2 yards to the Chicago Bears halftime 32 yard line, he was injured when he was pushed out of bounds by linebacker Roquan Smith. D’Andre Swift then left the court and returned to the locker room.
Coach Dan Campbell said: “We still need to wait for further diagnosis, but we already know that it is a sprained shoulder.”
D’Andre Swift has made considerable contributions to the Detroit Lions offensive team this season. D’Andre Swift has advanced more than 130 yards in the first two games, and has a total of 975 advance yards so far this season, with a total of 6 touchdowns.
After Jamaal Williams played in place of D’Andre Swift, Jamaal Williams rushed for 65 yards 15 times and also completed 5 catches.