"I'll be good to go," he said.
"Anytime you take a hit like that that's sort of unexpected and gets you from the (front) side like that, obviously, it's going to disrupt you a little bit and he hit him pretty flush," said Lions coach Jim Caldwell. "But he's a tough guy and he was able to bounce back and come back strong enough to lead us down the field and score and put us in position if we get an onside kick to maybe go and tie the thing up. So he bounced back. Tough guy."
Stafford's arm strength didn't appear noticeably worse after the Ingram hit, though it's easy to draw a line Before Ingram and After Ingram in relation to Detroit's offensive prowess. Consider this a subplot to watch.