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Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas left Sunday's game in the third quarter and is scheduled to undergo tests to determine the severity of his left knee injury. Delmas missed the first four games of the season with a left knee ailment, but the Lions didn't disclose the exact nature of that ailment. Delmas underwent a surgical procedure on his knee on Aug. 7 and was sidelined for more than eight weeks. Head coach Jim Schwartz has been protective of Delmas in the past, calling him the team's "top defensive player" and vowing to not rush him back from the training camp knee issue. Without Delmas, the Lions' secondary hasn't been the same. Detroit has three interceptions -- one by Delmas -- while quarterbacks have completed 64.1 percent of their passes with 10 touchdowns.
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ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz called Sundays 28-24 victory over Seattle his teams best offensive performance of the season.
Whats surprising is that it happened with such little production from star receiver Calvin Johnson.
Johnson appears to be hampered by a knee injury that forced him to miss some practice time last week.
Hes plowing through, Schwartz...
The Detroit Lions have had well-publicized problems on offense this year, but Matt Stafford seemed to find a groove today, throwing for 352 yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and 1 rushing touchdown in a last-second victory over the Seattle Seahawks.Perhaps now that the offense is seemingly getting back on track, Stafford can spend some time working on his high-fives to avoid embarrassing...
The Detroit Lions have a chance to get back to .500 this weekend with an offense that finally shook off its first-half scoring troubles.
After scoring just one opening-half touchdown in their first six games, the Lions got two in Sunday's 28-24 win over visiting Seattle. Even better, they had three scores after the Seahawks got touchdowns.
''The offense went in every...
The Detroit Lions beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 thanks to a last second touchdown catch by Titus Young Sr. Young, the second year player out of Boise State, had his best game in an Lions uniform catching nine passes for 100-yards and two touchdowns.Young celebrated his first TD catch, a 46-yard pass from Mathew Stafford, by doing the Lambeau Leap. His following TD catch with...
Nate Burleson wasn't even in the building on Sunday. Burleson, recovering from surgery after breaking his leg in the team’s previous contest, watched the game from a hospital bed. But that didn't stop him from communicating a message to his teammates. More notes from Sunday's win inside ...
DETROIT -- Matthew Stafford looked like his old self and gave the Detroit Lions a desperately needed victory. Stafford had three touchdown passes, including a one-yard game-winner to Titus Young with 20 seconds remaining, to give the Lions a 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks at Ford Field on Sunday. Stafford also ran for a score and finished with 352 yards passing while...
Detroit running back Mikel Leshoure sat out the final quarter and a half Sunday against Seattle but coach Jim Schwartz said after the game that Leshoure was not injured.Fantasy Spin:That's bad news for fantasy owners if it's true. It would mean that Leshoure is in Schwartz' dog house for some unknown reason.
This piece is also published on Lions101.com Jim Schwartz was back on a Monday afternoon, breaking down the ins and outs of yesterday’s big comeback win against Seattle Seahawks, which saw his offense break through in a big way against … Continue reading →
Matthew Stafford's late touchdown pass to Titus Young gave the Detroit Lions a much-needed 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Continue reading →
No Game Balls This Week
For the second straight week, I have the depressing task of writing What Went Wrong, instead of dishing out Seahawks Game Balls. I hate this part!
Can’t we win every week? Win Forever maybe? Evidently, not this week.
This isn’t the Worst Part!!!
That’s right, 12′s! For the first time in a long time, I’m more upset with the...
This piece is also published at Lions101.com Once again, the Detroit Lions need a bounce back win at home after a tough road loss. Seattle’s Best” also known as the Seahawks, enter Ford Field with a chance to send the … Continue reading →
The Seahawks will be playing their fifth road game of the season today against the Lions. Will Richard Sherman and the rest of the secondary be able to contain Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew? Can Wilson and his receivers put up some points against a suspect Lions secondary? Does Detroit have enough healthy defenders left on the roster to put eleven guys on the field?