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In his Week 11 Snap Judgments, Don Banks touches on the big days for Matthew Stafford and the Lions, the Packers' increasing confidence, more doom and gloom for the Bills and more.
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Geez, what's the big deal about a passing quarterback like Matthew Stafford wearing gloves? Nobody complains about Tim Tebow wearing shoes. Oh, the red flags went up when Stafford -- still wearing those gloves -- threw interceptions on the Lions' first two series Sunday.
This could have been a look-ahead contest for the Detroit Lions. The Thanksgiving game is always the biggest one on their schedule because it puts them on the national stage with nothing else available for the sports fan. This holiday is even better for gluttonous fans because it is finally relevant to the NFC North and has playoff implications.
The Detroit players didn’t receive...
Terrell McClain gets slapped with a personal foul, a 15-yarder, that keeps the Lions' series alive. McClain hit Matthew Stafford after he ran out of bounds near the Lions' sideline. On the next play, Stafford finds Kevin Smith for a gain of 15 yards.
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Matthew Stafford shook off a couple of early interceptions, then went about leading the Detroit Lions to yet another memorable comeback.
DETROIT (AP) -- Matthew Stafford threw his fifth touchdown pass to Brandon Pettigrew with 2:32 left to help the Detroit Lions rally to beat the Carolina Panthers 49-35 Sunday.
Detroit (7-3) became the first NFL team since at least 1950 to win three games in a season after trailing by at least 17 points, according to STATS, LLC.
Carolina (2-8) led 24-7 in the second quarter.
Six interceptions in five quarters led to a lot of questions for Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford. Was his broken finger leading to inaccuracy, not to mention the four picks he threw against the Chicago Bears last Sunday in the game that allowed the Bears to climb back into contention in the NFC North? And what was the deal with the picks he threw to end Detroit's...
DETROIT - The first two Lions' possessions Sunday afternoon ended with two more Matthew Stafford interceptions,...
Matthew Stafford threw his fifth touchdown pass to Brandon Pettigrew with 2:32 left to help the Detroit Lions rally to beat the Carolina Panthers 49-35 Sunday. Detroit (7-3) became the first NFL team since at least 1950 to win three games in a season after trailing by at least 17 points, according to STATS, LLC.
DETROIT — Matthew Stafford threw five touchdown passes, the final one a 7-yarder to Brandon Pettigrew with 2:32 left, and the Detroit Lions rallied for a 49-35 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. The Lions became the first NFL team since at least 1950 to win three games in a ...
Detroit Lions 49, Carolina Panthers 35 (box score) The Lions overcame three early turnovers with a strong performance by running back Kevin Smith and five touchdown passes by Matthew Stafford. Cam Newton threw a season-high four interceptions and finished with a quarterback rating of just 50.2 in the loss. The Lions overcame their third deficit of at least 17 points of the season...
Get Your Cam’s Out-It’s a Flash Mob.
Chicago Bears nickel back D. J. Moore is lighter in the wallet after the NFL handed down a $15,000 for his part in the altercation with Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford during last week’s game. Stafford was fined $7,500 for grabbing Moore by the helmet opening and shoving him to the ground. Moore’s retaliation ignited the skirmish between the teams. Lions [...]