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The Detroit Lions will play against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Scheduled for a 4:05 pm EST kickoff this game will air on FOX in select locations.
This game will not be pretty. Detroit entered the season with high expectations and have been a disappointment throughout. Arizona surprisingly won their first four games but have lost nine in a row since.
What is the point spread in the Lions and Cardinals game? The Lions are a 6.5 point favorite against the Cardinals. The over/under for this game is set at 43 points.
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Last Sunday, the Lions became the seventh team in league history to blow leads of 10 or more points in three consecutive contests. They led 14-0 in the first half at Green Bay before falling 27-20. They have played close in recent games but still have not found a way to win.
Meanwhile the Cardinals are showcasing the worst quarterbacking ...
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The Detroit Lions continue to be one of the most confounding teams in the NFL during the 2012 regular season.A trendy pre-season pick for the playoffs, a team seemingly loaded with talent, but yet an utter disappointment on the field during the regular season. Sunday’s loss to the hapless Arizona Cardinals, marked the sixth regular season loss in a row for the Lions and some serious...
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford got in some cornerback drills Sunday. Following two picks, Stafford had to turn and run hard in the opposite direction to try to prevent interception returns for touchdowns.
He failed twice. The Lions gave up two pick-sixes in the 38-10 drubbing. The performance can be summed up in two pictures – Stafford trying to fight off a herd of Cards’...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford took the blame on Sunday. His coach, Jim Schwartz, did the same on Monday.
Schwartz said the onus is on him for the teams disappointing 4-10 record, the frustrating six-game losing streak and the latest defeat, a 38-10 embarrassment to the Arizona Cardinals.
One-hundred percent, Schwartz said during his weekly news conference...
GLENDALE, Ariz. The Cardinals' losing streak was like a 12-month pregnancy. It lingered far too long, and once it crossed a certain threshold, nobody cared about beauty any more. All that mattered was deliverance from the pain.
Maybe that's why safety Adrian Wilson was so emotional when he reached the podium at the postgame press conference Sunday following the Cardinals...
There are 130 days until the NFL Draft.
Not much else to look forward to at this point for the Detroit Lions.
When you lose to one of the laughingstocks of the NFL, you become the laughingstock, dont you?
On Sunday, the Lions became just that again with a 38-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, who were on a nine-game losing streak and hadnt won since Sept. 30.
The bumbling Lions...
TEMPE, Ariz. Coach Ken Whisenhunt put it best at his Monday press conference following the Cardinals' 38-10 win over the Lions on Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.
I thought our players really laid it on the line yesterday, he said, noting how much it says about a team when young guys and veteran guys in the midst of something that is very tough stick together.
This piece is also published at Lions 101
The Detroit Lions suffered their ugliest loss of the season on Sunday afternoon, getting blown out 38-10 by the equally hapless Arizona Cardinals. Despite that, Jim Schwartz kept things as close to business as usual as he could in his shortened Monday presser, and admitted he’s sharing a big responsibility for his team’s multitude of...
Yesterday, the Arizona Cardinals ended a nine-game losing streak when they beat the Detroit Lions 38-10. For the Lions, the loss puts them at 4-10 and solidly in last place in the NFC North. A year after finally making the playoffs, the Lions are right back where they were for the last 10 years.And this places Jim Schwartz in the cross hairs. Last season, the Lions finished 10-6...
You know things are going bad for your favorite NFL team when a local-area church sign decides to takes shot at them.
Below is a photo taken of the sign at the Greenway Bible Church in Glendale, Arizona:
(Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)
Lions coach Jim Schwartz said he never considered benching Matthew Stafford on Sunday, and praised the quarterback for taking accountability following a 38-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Stafford completed 24-of-50 passes for 246 yards, but threw three interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns.
"I didn't consider benching him,'' Schwartz said...
GLENDALE, Az. -- Somebody had to finally win a game. The Cardinals and Lions entered Sunday's matchup at University of Phoenix Stadium having lost a combined 14 consecutive games -- nine by Arizona and five by Detroit. By forcing four turnovers and scoring off each of them, the Cardinals finally ended their miserable skid, beating the Lions 38-10 to snap their longest losing...
After seemingly getting healthy the past couple of weeks the Lions have once again hit the injury snag.
Heading into Week 15 the Lions look to be without defensive tackle Nick Fairley (shoulder) and Brandon Pettigrew (ankle) which could come to the delight of some Lions fans.
Safety Louis Delmas (knee) also enters the week questionable after having a limited practice Thursday and...
Mike Jurecki of XTRA Phoenix reports the Cardinals are discussing a two-year contract extension with free safety Kerry Rhodes. Rhodes is currently under contract with the Cardinals through the 2013 season.
Source: The Redzone
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- For a change, the Cardinals were the ones taking advantage of the mistakes of others.
The Cards turned four turnovers by the Lions into touchdowns, including Greg Toler's 102-yard interception return that was the longest in franchise history, in a 38-10 wi Sunday that end a nine-game losing streak.
Arizona's first victory in 2 months came a week...
GLENDALE, Az. - Somebody finally had to win. The Cardinals and Lions entered Sunday's matchup at University of Phoenix Stadium having lost a combined 14 consecutive games - nine by Arizona and five by Detroit. By forcing four turnovers and scoring off each of them, the Cardinals finally ended their miserable skid, beating the Lions 38-10 to snap their longest losing streak...