Found November 14, 2011 on Cold Hard Football Facts:
TEAMS: Detroit Lions
The Bears used last year’s formula of physical defense and game-breaking special teams to dominate their rematch against the Detroit Lions.....

Lions need to grow up

Detroits gridiron gladiators were officially welcomed into the real NFL Sunday afternoon in Chicago. Given the accolades that are usually reserved for legitimate playoff contending teams, the Lions faced a Bears team that had been seething for weeks, awaiting their rematch with the Honolulu Blue and Silver. And the Monsters of the Midway lived up to their name, routing the Lions...

Scanning the Savanna: Detroit Lions Game Day Edition

Scanning the Savanna is a daily feature that brings fresh Detroit Lions and NFL related content to your fingertips each morning. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s scan the savanna together. Clipped from: (share this clip)Chicago is inexorably and emotionally attached to the Bears. But if you could trade them for the Detroit Lions today, would you do it?From www.suntimes...

The Lions need to run in the Windy city

The people are growing nervous as the final minutes until the Lions game ticks off. There is no Jahvid Best. Maurice Morris has not been consistent enough and Kevin Smith has been in the dressing room for less than a week. The Lions are a passing team. We know that. But can Matthew Stafford

Lions can't panic, but could sure use a big play

The Lions can't panic. They must survive this early storm. Before this drive they were averaging nearly seven yards per play. You'd take that any game. The problem is the two turnovers. They are why the Lions trail 10-0. And now they are in trouble again after a long punt return by Devin

Schwartz even more irked with punt teams: 'We've been subpar'

The Lions' punt-return and punt-coverage teams have struggled all season, and coach Jim Schwartz made no attempt to sugarcoat his displeasure with the special-teams unit Monday.

The Lions have butterfingers

Didn't we just talk about Nate Burleson putting the ball on the ground too much? He made a great play, tiptoeing on the sideline, but that turnover is inexcusable. He did not get blasted. He has to hang on to that ball, even though it was a pretty good strip. This is a bad start. The Lions

Detroit Lions have 1,500 standing room only tickets remaining for Green Bay game

The Detroit Lions announced only 1,500 standing room only tickets remaining for its Thanksgiving Day game against Green Bay.

Bye week did little to aid Detroit Lions, but wasn't cause of loss to Chicago Bears

"I think we just came out here and didn't play our best," said left guard Rob Sims.

Logic couldn’t be any simpler that Suh, Lions are dirty

In the aftermath of the Bears’ 37-13 trouncing of the Detroit Lions in which hard hits and cheap shots were prevalent all throughout the game, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh defended his and his team’s style of play, defiantly denying charges that he or any of his teammates are dirty. In an interview with ESPN, Suh claims that ripping an opponent’s helmet off, as he did...

NFL still sorting out fine mess

Players from the Bears and Detroit Lions are expected to make a sizeable contribution to the NFL’s charitable partners this week. A scrap between Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and Bears cornerback D.J. Moore cleared both benches and required several minutes to be sorted out. Based on the NFL’s...

Bears dominate Stafford, Lions, 37-13

Charles Tillman and Major Wright returned interceptions for touchdowns early in the third quarter, and the Chicago Bears picked off Matthew Stafford four times to beat the Detroit Lions 37-13 in a heated game on Sunday.
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