Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford finished last Sunday's loss against the San Diego Chargers with a protective sleeve on his throwing arm. His status for Detroit's Week 2 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings is a legitimate concern.

After a walk-through on Monday, Stafford wore a "big wrap" on his right elbow and said he'll be "good to go" against the Vikings, according to a Tweet by Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.

Stafford's Week 1 performance, like that of the rest of the team, started out strong but faded as the game went on. He finished with a 63.3 percent completion rate, 246 yards through the air, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

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The Lions certainly need Stafford healthy, but they could also use right guard Larry Warford back in the lineup. He missed the Chargers game with a high ankle sprain but is hoping to return to practice this week, according to Justin Rogers of

(h/t @davebirkett,