Found September 06, 2013 on The Majors Detroit:
Adam Waltersdorf of The Majors East Lansing and Inside the Huddle joins Adam Hernandez and Shawn Bell for this weeks edition of the Detroit Sports Edge to give the game-by-game predictions for the 2013 Lions. Will we continue to see the same cryin’ Lions we’ve been so accustom to seeing or will that roar from 2011 be once again restored? Also in this weeks show: Michigan State Week 1 recap and Week 2 preview. Michigan Week 1 recap and Week 2 preview. Jim Leyland’s defense of Max Scherzer Are we too concerned with numbers?
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