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Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas was hit with a fine by the National Football League after violating one of its dubious rules. What was the infraction? Well, it appears as though Delmas landed himself in hot water because he wore the wrong color socks. And his decision cost him a hefty $5,000. Apparently, Delmas opted to go with blue and black socks last Sunday, while the league only permits Lions players to wear blue and white, or all blue. There is no in between, folks. Naturally, Delmas was not pleased about the situation. But what makes the incident even more frustrating for Delmas is the manner in which he found out about it. When asked when the league informed him about the fine, Delmas replied by saying, "when I got the damn check." Rules are rules, but the punishment definitely doesn't fit the crime here. Via Eye on Football
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Reggie Bush will not play due to the injury he suffered to his knee in week 2. After missing Wednesday and Thursday, he had a light practice on Friday. However, the Lions felt that it would be in the best interest of Bush's long term health if he remained on the bench Sunday.Safety Louis Delmas, who has a knee injury as well, is listed as probable for the game and is likely to...
Reggie Bush is a bit injury prone and the Lions knew that when they signed him. Bush has still been a huge asset to the offense, so his long term health is the most important focus of the team.
Pro Football Talk is reporting that the Lions may rest Bush, who is nursing a knee injury.
The Lions have listed him as questionable. and reports say they may shut Bush down for a week rather...
I’m not sure what Nate Burleson was trying to go for with this haircut, but it is not a good look. He’s lucky he wears a helmet for a living.
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Lions receiver Ryan Broyles (knee) will be active for the first time this season Sunday against the Redskins, according to the Detroit Free Press.Fantasy Spin:Pat Edwards is out with an ankle injury, so Broyles is active for the first time since tearing his ACL last year. Although he has a great matchup against the Redskins, fantasy owners should hold off on playing him because it...
Lions running back Reggie Bush is inactive Sunday against the Redskins due to a knee injury.Fantasy Spin:Bush's injury that isn't overly serious, but the Lions are being cautious with the brittle Bush so he doesn't worsen the ailment. Joique Bell is an RB2 in standard leagues and could even produce RB1 numbers in PPR leagues.
Detroit Lions rookie tight end Joseph Fauria has already established his dance moves in the end zone, but on Sunday vs. the Redskins, he took it to another level:
That's 'Bye Bye Bye' ... by NSYNC.
What you might not have known is that Fauria was accepting a challenge proffered by Jimmy Fallon (via Brad Galli):
Fauria was doing "The Justin...
Detroit Lions tight end Joe Fauria scored a touchdown on Sunday against the Washington Redskins. Then Fauria felt like channeling his inner Nsync and pulled out the dance moves.
Way to go. The Lions have been wanting to tab Fauria for a bigger role…. and now that we have seen this touchdown celebration we can’t argue. Give him the ball!
Bumbling a snap seems to be the scariest thing an NFL player can do. Watch Matt Stafford freak out.
Reminds me of this…
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Detroit backup running back Joique Bell will be the workhorse in the Lions backfield with starter Reggie Bush declared inactive for Week 3.Fantasy Spin:Bell has produced 164 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns over the first two weeks, mostly via the pass, and fantasy owners should expected a big day against a weak Washington defense.
Robert Griffin III went head-first instead of sliding, so when the ball popped out it was a fumble.
Aldrick Robinson had a touchdown catch in his hands, but he couldn't quite maintain possession as he hit the ground in the end zone.
Thanks to the turf, the Detroit Lions ended 74 years of failure in the nation's capital.
The pair of fourth-quarter bobbles sent the Lions...
Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria has been working on his touchdown celebration moves. This week he brings us N'Sync's "Bye Bye Bye" dance.
Matthew Stafford threw for 385 yards and 2 touchdowns while Joique Bell had 132 all purpose yards and a touchdown as the Lions held on to beat the Washington Redskins 27-20. And not only did the Lions avoid another fourth quarter meltdown Detroit managed their first win in DC ever which was hopefully their first step in shedding the SOL label.
The Detroit Lions defeat the Washington...
After getting the Detroit Lions first win in Washington, D.C. against the Washington Redskins in 78 years, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz threw his head set emphatically. It almost looks like Schwartz thought they lost based on the look on his face. A good way to follow up a bad road loss against the Arizona Cardinals is to pull out a win against a solid opponent.
The Detroit Lions travel to play the Washington Redskins in Week 3 of the NFL season.
While the Lions are 1-1 to start the season they are hoping to score their second win of the season on Sunday against a Washington Redskins team which has looked nothing like the team that appeared in the playoffs last season.
Fox will have coverage of this game beginning at 1:00 pm...
The Washington Redskins have had all sorts of trouble on defense this season. That did not change on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
Reggie Bush was not playing for the Lions but same old same old for the Redskins. Joique Bell took advantage of the situation and trucked over four Redskin defenders.
Trucked, plowed, ran over. You name it. He did it.