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Detroits gridiron gladiators were officially welcomed into the real NFL Sunday afternoon in Chicago.
Given the accolades that are usually reserved for legitimate playoff contending teams, the Lions faced a Bears team that had been seething for weeks, awaiting their rematch with the Honolulu Blue and Silver.
And the Monsters of the Midway lived up to their name, routing the Lions 37-13.
Detroit limps home with a bloodied nose and bruised ego, which might be beneficial, depending on how the Lions now react.
After starting the season with five victories, the Lions have lost three of their last four -- two of them at home -- and have replaced the Oakland Raiders as the team everybody loves to hate.
Since the losing began, the Lions have made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Weve witnessed coach-on-coach crime, accusations of taunting an injured player, Ndamukong Suh meeting with the NFL commissioner to clarify what he can and cannot do, numerous personal-foul penalties, and Ma...
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Yeah, it took a few days to get over that one. The Lions got absolutely stomped by the Chicago Bears 37-13 on Sunday, but at least they didn't go down without a fight (literally).
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Ndamukong Suh of the Lions once again finds himself defending his team from accusations of dirty play.
DETROIT LIONS (6-2) at CHICAGO BEARS (5-3) Sunday, 4:15 P.M. ET, FOX, Direct TV (711) Sirius (Det 94, Chi 92)
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In the aftermath of the Bears’ 37-13 trouncing of the Detroit Lions in which hard hits and cheap shots were prevalent all throughout the game, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh defended his and his team’s style of play, defiantly denying charges that he or any of his teammates are dirty.
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Financial Football kicked off Tuesday in Michigan classrooms with an assist from Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
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Chicago Bears wide receiver and return man Devin Hester returned a punt 82 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter of Sunday’s NFC game against the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field.
Hester also returned a punt 29 yards in the first quarter to set up a Matte Forte touchdown.
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Same philosophy, but different results
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I want to cry foul on the first turnover of the game. Julius Peppers caused the turnover but didn't he grab Calvin Johnson by the helmet?
Wasn't that a high hit that the NFL frowns on? I am willing to bet that if Ndamukong Suh did the same thing we'd be hearing about how nasty the Lions' defense