Well, first the good news. In the Detroit Lions’ loss to the Cleveland Browns, WR Matt Willis looked better than a lot of other players in his three catches out of four tries, and the team came out of the game in good health once again. Now for the bad news.
The Detroit Lions played a deplorable game against Cleveland, with the first team offense laboring like a bunch of rank after-work wannabes in some community park. QB Matthew Stafford, in spite of pretty good ball security and probably missing the presence of Calvin Johnson, made a spirited attempt to win an award for worst starting quarterback impersonation so far this season, going 11 of 16 for a paltry 74 yards, no touchdowns and a mere 3 points off David Akers’ foot... Read more