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Detroit's Brandon Pettigrew, Tony Scheffler and Will Heller provide versatility at an overlooked positiion.
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Twenty years after the Lions drafted him, the veteran kicker still shows a lot of life in his leg with four field goals of at least 50 yards in the first half of the season.
Without a consistently strong running game, the Lions have found different ways to get production from their backfield.
With or without statistics, the Lions have been dominant in the trenches with their explosiveness and depth.
Suddenly, the NFC North is where the best football is being played, and where wildcards live or die. With three out of the four teams still in running for the playoffs, ESPN even asked if the NFC North is the "center of the universe." (Obviously, the answer to that is yes because Chicago is the center of the NFC North and Chicago is the center of the universe.)
Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp has a problem with the way Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has handled the scrutiny that he’s faced with regards to people accusing him of playing dirty and taunting quarterback Matt Ryan when he was injured a couple of week’s ago when the Lions played the Falcons. Sapp who now [...]
With the early success of the 6-2 Detroit Lions this season, their traditional Thanksgiving Day game (this year coming against their NFC North foe Green Bay Packers) should actually be worth watching for the first time in ages. As such, this year’s Turducken Bowl has taken on added meaning for the franchise and city of Detroit.
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Warren Sapp would like to see an increasingly "sissified" NFL get back to its roots, and he's asking Lions DT Ndamukong Suh to lead the charge by closing his mouth and playing some football.
Detroit Lions boss William Clay Ford Sr. has been named as the
NFL's worst owner by Forbes.
For this year's "Fans Top 10" segment, Spartan fans had a chance over the summer to vote for their top linebackers in Michigan State history. The list continues today at No. 5 with Julian Peterson, who holds MSU records for most tackles for loss in a career (48) and also in a single-season (30).