Found February 25, 2013 on
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Lions’ QB Matt Stafford didn’t have a big fantasy season and Detroit really flopped after a trip to the playoffs in 2011. Looks like he is doing fine for himself as he and his girl Kelly Hall were vacationing at the Atlantis in the Bahamas last week.
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Trying to put a disappointing 4-12 season behind him, Matt Stafford and girlfriend Kelly Hall ditched Detroit last week for some time in Atlantis.
We’ve chronicled one of the happy couples’ vacations before, but this was the first time we’ve seen Kelly and Matt doing their beach thing in a while.
It appears as if they went down to the luxurious Bahamas vacation destination...
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Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford seems to be in good spirits, as he and his girlfriend Kelly Hall were vacationing at the Atlantis in the Bahamas last week. No better way to spend the off season. I wonder if they got in any keg stands?-TO
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With the NFL scouting combine in the books, we’re flush in Mock Draft season — and the Detroit Lions could have an incredible amount of options when they come on the clock at No. 5.
What will they do there? And how will they use the five other picks they currently hold?
The folks over at MockOne.net have given yours truly the reins as the Lions’ “general manager” during...
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the Detroit Lions are in preliminary talks with quarterback Mathew Stafford’s agent to get a contract extension completed. Per source, Lions have had some preliminary talks with QB Matthew Stafford on a contract extension. Nothing pressing at this point. — Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 28, 2013 The Lions currently have $7...
After years of futility, the Detroit Lions appeared to be on the right track in 2011. Expectations were high heading into 2012, coming off the team’s first playoff appearance since 1999. But right out of the gate things started going wrong.
Calvin Johnson broke Jerry Rice’s single-season receiving yardage record in week 15, but that was really one of the only things that went...
Peter King of SI.com tweets that anyone targeting Alabama CB Dee Milliner will “probably have to trade ahead of Detroit at No. 5 to get him.”
While Milliner is the consensus No. 1 cornerback in this year’s draft class, it could be a reach for him to go as high as No. 5 overall. Milliner underwent shoulder surgery recently, but is expected to participate in Combine workouts...
MAKING A RUN FOR IT
The Detroit Lions reportedly have interest in signing Reggie Bush, who is a free agent. Bush has spent the last two seasons with Miami.
Calvin Johnson, WR, Detroit Lions
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FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Alright, so Calvin Johnson is a freak of nature, that much should be clear to everyone and their dog by now. The Man, we’ll refer to him by that for now, hauled in 122 balls for 1964 yards. Any time the amount of yards you hauled in almost...
The Detroit Lions endured a painful season, one wrecked by injuries to the receiving corps and secondary, the lack of push in the interior running game, extremely inopportune turnovers and the propensity of the defense and special teams to give up huge scoring plays. As they entered this off season, with a sliver of cap space, and a slew of free agents, it would appear that the...
NFL teams are permitted to start signing free agents in exactly two weeks (March 12) and until then, we’ll be hearing plenty of half-truths regarding teams’ interest in players.
Word came out Tuesday that the Lions indeed have “real” interest in free agent running back Reggie Bush, the soon-to-be former Dolphins running back. Dave Birkett, the Lions’ beat writer for the...
Reggie Bush will have more than a few suitors. When given the opportunity he was effective as a between the tackles running back.
The Lions needs someone who can carry the ball consistently, they can’t win with Matthew Stafford throwing the ball 700+ times a season.
According the Detroit Free Press, they Lions will give Bush a hard look when he hits the market.