Found November 13, 2011 on
The magic word for today, ladies and gentlemen, was bad. The Lions played bad football and played with bad intentions during an embarrassing 37-13 loss Sunday to the Chicago Bears. Now comes more bad news.
The Lions and Bears are tied now, and you did not want that to happen. And the nation will
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The Lions and Bears got into it after Matthew Stafford's fourth interception resulted in an exchange between the quarterback and Chicago cornerback D.J. Moore.
Stafford threw four interceptions and completed just 33 of 63 passes in Sunday's 37-13 loss to the Chicago Bears. Lions coach Jim Schwartz blamed Stafford's poor performance on blustery conditions, but Stafford revealed after the game he had a fractured right index finger.
Devin Hester was active for the Chicago Bears against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
He was questionable because of a sprained ankle.
Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers (sprained knee) and safety Major Wright (sprained ankle) were available after being listed as probable, and Anthony Adams was back starting at nose tackle after being inactive last week at Philadelphia.
The Bears Offensive tackle talks to Rob Elgas about how to not smell offensive after the game.Photo Credit: Duc Do
Detroit's first road loss of the season drops its record to 6-3 with Carolina up next.
This is what you call a feeding frenzy. The Bears have all types of confidence and momentum. They look like they stand 10 feet tall and are running 4.2 40-yard dashes.
The Lions keep punting to Devin Hester and he keeps running for glory. The Bears moved Julius Peppers inside and he had Matthew
Charles Tillman and Major Wright returned interceptions for touchdowns early in the third quarter, and the Chicago Bears picked off Matthew Stafford four times to beat the Detroit Lions 37-13 in a heated game on Sunday.
The Chicago Bears have placed starting left guard Chris Williams on injured reserve Monday, ending his season. The four-year veteran had surgery to repair a dislocated wrist Sunday night, after the team's 37-13 victory over the Detroit Lions. He was replaced by Edwin Williams in the second half. Coach Lovie Smith stopped short Monday of calling Edwin Williams the new starting left guard for...
Late in the second quarter, Suh chased down Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. He caught him from behind after a 10-yard gain and in the process of taking him down, ripped his helmet off.
Third-quarter observations with the Chicago Bears leading the Detroit Lions 34-6: