Eminem is ready to do whatever it takes to see his team advance to the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.

The No.3 Detroit Lions take on the No.6 Los Angeles Rams on Super Wild Card Weekend at Ford Field on Sunday in what could be the best matchup of the first round.

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The rapper also sent out a message to former Lions QB Matthew StaffordCredit: Getty

And now, Slim Shady has pledged to suit up for his hometown Lions, vowing to score a touchdown in the third quarter to head coach Dan Campbell.

The rapper made the ‘promise’ in a video posted to social media while referencing the controversial end to the recent Lions-Cowboys game.

Detroit’s game-winning two-point conversion against Dallas was ruled out after offensive lineman Taylor Decker was deemed not to be an eligible receiver after allegedly failing to report to officials.

“Yo, Dan, I’m reporting,” Eminem starts in the video, poking fun at the costly blown call.

“I’m gonna report in the third quarter [vs the Rams]. I’m reporting offensive line, eligible receiver, I’ll be the quarterback, the entire line, the offensive line, and the receiver.

“And I will throw it to myself and I will score a touchdown in the third quarter.

“Just get me a uniform.”

Earlier on Sunday, the 51-year-old Detroit legend sent a message to Rams QB Matthew Stafford telling him he “owed him.”

Eminem is willing to do whatever it takes to see the Lions beat the Rams

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Eminem is willing to do whatever it takes to see the Lions beat the RamsCredit: X@SNFonNBC
He promised to score a TD in the third quarter if needed

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He promised to score a TD in the third quarter if neededCredit: X@SNFonNBC

The music icon wanted the former Lions QB to let his former team beat his current team.

“Stafford. What’d I say?,” Eminem says.

“You owe me this favour, bro. I was there for you when you won it. I was there for you. I was right there,” he adds, alluding to Stafford’s Super Bowl win in 2022.

“I rapped for you, Stafford. Bro, I rapped for you.”

“Can you just let us have this one?” he then pleads.

“Just this one.”

The Lions and Rams made a trade in 2021 that saw LA acquire Stafford while sending Jared Goff the other way in order to continue his development.

Stafford was drafted No. 1 overall by the Lions in 2009 and went on to become their franchise quarterback but left in order to win a Super Bowl.

While Goff, the No.1 overall pick in 2016, had a slower start to life in Detroit, he has led the Lions to their first ever NFC North title this season.

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