Found December 23, 2011 on
Detroit Lions Football:
Here are four things to keep your eye on when the Detroit Lions host San Diego.
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San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) celebrates a thirs quarter touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens during their Sunday Night NFL football game in San Diego, California December 18, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
It was a bounce back week for ol’ A.Stalter. After producing a 0-4 with my predictions in Week 13, I rebounded...
Before the season started, San Diego Union-Tribune columnist Nick Canepa wrote something that might have once bordered on sacrilege. Canepa wrote on Aug. 1: "Is Philip Rivers a better quarterback than Dan Fouts? The answer is yes."
The Chargers quarterback says he appreciates how the Lions play with energy and confidence.
It has been another disappointing season for the San Diego Chargers, but the club holds on to slim hopes to reach post season play down the stretch. Despite all the rumors of San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner being on the hot seat, Chargers starting QB Philip Rivers thinks that Norv Turner should remain the head coach of the team regardless of how this season...
If you notice Lions middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch and San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers getting in each other's face often during today's game at Ford Field, don't worry.
Nothing like some fireworks on Christmas Eve, right? Lots of passing yards were expected Saturday at Ford Field as the Lions' Matthew Stafford lined up against San Diego's Philip Rivers.
Detroit also kept good pressure on San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers.
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (7-7) at DETROIT LIONS (9-5) Saturday, 4:05 PM ET, CBS, Direct TV (714), Sirius (SD 86, DET 135)
Why WatchThe last time the Detroit Lions had a chance to clinch a playoff spot, Ndamukong Suh was 12 years old. They lost that game, and three more games after that, and somehow backed into the playoffs with an 8-8 record. That was then, this is now. With a win against...