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At Thursday's press conference, New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams said, ""Guys that are 6-5 end up being 5-5 when they get flipped over on their head."
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Whoever raised these kids deserves a ‘Parent of The Year Award’. These kids made a sign that said “Here Kitty Kitty” and look like little thugs doing it. This is just great television. The NFC Wildcard playoff came down to the Detroit Lions and the New Orleans Saints in the Superdome where the fans dressed absolutely insane (as usual). Matthew Stafford also still has his...
NEW ORLEANS -- The winds of change that howl through NFL franchises and topple coaching staffs and front offices at this time every year havent touched the Lions.
Once one of the NFLs most unstable franchises, with a constant shuffle of coaching staffs and systems, the Lions are on stable footing with a solid foundation.
The Lions are an improved product, as indicated by the 10...
When the Lions visited New Orleans during the regular season, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was back home in Oregon because he was suspended for his Thanksgiving stomp. So Saturday’s Lions-Saints playoff game will be the first time the Saints’ offensive linemen have blocked Suh. And what do they expect to see? Pretty much what everyone…
In the four games since the Lions lost to the Saints, Johnson has racked up 589 receiving yards and four touchdowns.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson returned to practice on Thursday after resting his injured Achilles. There’s no word on what’s specifically wrong with his Achilles. He missed a couple of days of practice last week as well to rest it and played during last week’s game against the Packers.
The Lions are going to need Johnson to at be as healthy as he can be, ...
Watch out, Calvin! Yep, that's a defender coming at you, Calvin Johnson. He's going for a low hit that upends you and sends you hard into the turf. At least that's what Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams envisions for Saturday's wild-card playoff game.
Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas has missed five games due to a knee injury, but is listed as probable for Saturday's NFC wild-card game against the New Orleans Saints.
The panel of Brian Baldinger, Sterling Sharpe, Joe Theismann and Brian Billick break down a number of aspects from the Lions' upcoming playoff game with the Saints.
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During a radio interview, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said of their time preparing for their next opponent, whether it be the Saints or the Lions, the "greater part would be preparing for the Saints."
Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham admitted that he'd never been in a game like the regular-season finale Sunday at Green Bay. "I don't think I ever went through cussing and swearing as much as I did that game," he said Thursday. "If I (had been) mic'd, all the women and children would have been in bad, bad trouble."