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The star receiver "got (his) bell rung a little bit" at the end of the Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears, but he stopped short of saying he had a concussion.
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He says it is the "only one area I'd say consistently needs to be better."
View full sizeAP PhotoDetroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz says having a quarterback like Matthew Stafford makes life on the road easier.• Like a voice inside our head, Mike O'Hara of Fox Sports Detroit says "Don't look back." We can never...
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said they are waiting to hear from the NFL about possible fines after a physical Chicago Bears game.
Robert Malone couldn't keep the ball away from Devin Hester in Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears, and for that the Lions parted ways with their fill-in punter.
Jim Schwartz said it best: "Obviously we aren't going to win many games with six turnovers and three returns for touchdowns, including a punt return," he said. "There is nothing else that happens in that game that is going to change that." Obviously. This game went off the rails so hard, so fast, that it looked like there were never any rails to...
The Bears used last year’s formula of physical defense and game-breaking special teams to dominate their rematch against the Detroit Lions.....
It's a coin flip whether the Lions make the playoffs. How they have fallen to 50-50 odds after a 5-0 start identifies the primary problem facing them. They're winning more games, but they're miles and miles away from being "a winner."
After surrendering a season-high five sacks Sunday against Tennessee, the Panthers find themselves staring at Ndamukong Suh and the Detroit Lions next.
In just his second season, Suh has already established himself as one of the league's most dominant forces, leading a Lions' defensive line that creates plenty of problems.
"He's a force. You've got...
Major Wright needs to do some major work on his touchdown dance routine. Other than that, the Bears’ defense is coming along just fine following Sunday’s impressive 37-13 dismantling of the Detroit Lions.
Matthew Stafford revealed after Sunday's 37-13 loss that he was playing with a fractured index finger on his throwing hand.
The Lions made plenty of correctable mistakes in their loss to the Chicago Bears, and we're going to make you relive them all before you purge the game from memory.