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Sure, the Detroit Lions will acknowledge they got a break when linebacker DeAndre Levy grabbed the facemask of Minnesota quarterback Joe Webb on the final play in Sunday's win.
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Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz acknowledges linebacker DeAndre Levy grabbed the facemask of Minnesota quarterback Joe Webb on the final play in Sunday's win.
The Lions held on to beat the Vikings 34-28 after avoiding a flag on Levy that would've given Minnesota one more shot to win with no time on the clock.
Schwartz insists a player gets away with something that could...
Lions take a timeout as they prepare for a third-and-6 on the Vikings 12.
I can’t honestly say that I have ever been more frustrated watching a sporting event than I was watching the second half of the Lions-Vikings game on Sunday.
The Lions controlled the first half of the game, forcing four turnovers and scoring 31 points. They built a 17 point lead at halftime and looked comfortably in control of the game. The Vikings even benched quarterback...
Ndamukong Suh, the linchpin of the Detroit Lions defense -- and the player most responsible for the team's growing "bad boy" reputation -- rejoined the Lions on Monday following his two game suspension for stomping on a Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Nov. 24.
Detroit-- The reputation of Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh took a hit after he was given a two-game suspension, but it doesn't appear to sway NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's opinion of Suh as a person.
The Vikings were determined to take the Lions' Pro Bowl receiver out of the game Sunday, and they did. He was targeted just four times and he had three catches for 29 yards in the victory.
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The government says Bobby Ferguson raided millions from the public. Now, Ferguson says the government is raiding his kids' college fund. After months of keeping quiet while facing numerous criminal charges, Ferguson criticized the government on Monday, claiming it went too far in seizing about $26,000 from a college fund for his two children.
According to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network, both Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and Steelers linebacker James Harrison could face substantial suspensions if they repeat the kind of reckless conduct that has gotten them suspended. “Three games, four games, five games, six games? It could happen depending on the circumstance,” said Wyche’s source. “They [...]
The Detroit Lions held on to beat the Minnesota Vikings 34-28 after avoiding a
flag on Levy that would've given Minnesota one more shot to win with no time on the clock.