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We have all heard of fans booing their favorite franchises when they do poorly.
What has yet to happen is to witness a coach openly booing his own team but that is exactly what almost happened to the Detroit Lions defense on Sunday.
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ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz called Sundays 28-24 victory over Seattle his teams best offensive performance of the season.
Whats surprising is that it happened with such little production from star receiver Calvin Johnson.
Johnson appears to be hampered by a knee injury that forced him to miss some practice time last week.
Hes plowing through, Schwartz...
The Detroit Lions have had well-publicized problems on offense this year, but Matt Stafford seemed to find a groove today, throwing for 352 yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and 1 rushing touchdown in a last-second victory over the Seattle Seahawks.Perhaps now that the offense is seemingly getting back on track, Stafford can spend some time working on his high-fives to avoid embarrassing...
The Detroit Lions have found someone to take advantage of all the attention Calvin Johnson gets from opposing defenses.
His name is Titus Young.
Young has 15 receptions for 181 yards and two touchdowns in the last two games, surpassing his production from the first five games combined. He has been under the radar for much of his short career, but the second-year pro isn't anymore...
The Detroit Lions have a chance to get back to .500 this weekend with an offense that finally shook off its first-half scoring troubles.
After scoring just one opening-half touchdown in their first six games, the Lions got two in Sunday's 28-24 win over visiting Seattle. Even better, they had three scores after the Seahawks got touchdowns.
''The offense went in every...
Nate Burleson wasn't even in the building on Sunday. Burleson, recovering from surgery after breaking his leg in the team’s previous contest, watched the game from a hospital bed. But that didn't stop him from communicating a message to his teammates. More notes from Sunday's win inside ...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A year after giving Mike Thomas a new contract, the Jacksonville Jaguars are giving him a new home.
The Jaguars traded Thomas to the Detroit Lions on Tuesday for an undisclosed draft pick.
The trade makes sense for both sides.
The Lions (3-4) lost receiver Nate Burleson for the season last week, so Thomas gives them depth behind Calvin Johnson...
The Detroit Lions made a trade Tuesday to acquire Jacksonville receiverreturn specialist Mike Thomas in an exchange for an undisclosed draft pick.
The deal is pending Thomas passing a physical with the Lions. To make room on the roster, the club released cornerback Justin Miller.
Thomas, a fourth-round draft pick in 2009, has 13 catches for 80 yards and no touchdowns in seven games...
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It's official. The halfway point of the season has arrived and can we just pull over for a second and take a breather? I mean, Calvin Johnson is miles behind us and is lost in some overrated city named Detroit. Arian Foster keeps churning and has established himself as a reliably legit “fantasy workhorse” that will go down in...
This piece is also published on Lions101.com Jim Schwartz was back on a Monday afternoon, breaking down the ins and outs of yesterday’s big comeback win against Seattle Seahawks, which saw his offense break through in a big way against … Continue reading →
Matthew Stafford's late touchdown pass to Titus Young gave the Detroit Lions a much-needed 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Continue reading →
No Game Balls This Week
For the second straight week, I have the depressing task of writing What Went Wrong, instead of dishing out Seahawks Game Balls. I hate this part!
Can’t we win every week? Win Forever maybe? Evidently, not this week.
This isn’t the Worst Part!!!
That’s right, 12′s! For the first time in a long time, I’m more upset with the...