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It wasn't a pretty start for the NFC North in week 1 with a loss from last year's Division winner, three picks from Matt Stafford and the Lions an overtime win for the Vikings against the lowly Jaguars and a rough start, but eventual victory for the Bears. Let's take a look at what to expect in week 2 from the black and blue division.The Bears and Packers face off on Thursday to determine the early favorite to win the NFC North.Thursday night is the first inter-division collision for the NFC North as the Chicago Bears travel to Green Bay to face the Packers. Green Bay looked less than stellar last week against the 49ers and they will be more than inspired to knock off the Bears on Thursday night. The Bears looked a little shaky on offense to start their week one game against the Indianapolis Colts, but they finished strong and QB Jay Cutler is showing that the Bears new additions in the passing game suit him just fine.With the Lions struggling mightily in week one and th...
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The self-admitted “casual dresser” now has a reason to clean up on occasion – a company is going to pay him to do it. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has agreed to appear in a marketing campaign entitled “Institute of Style” for Van Heusen. The campaign will be featured in print, television, POP and digital advertisements and will soon be found on the NFL Network...
Last week when the Saint Louis Rams played the Detroit Lions and Matthew Stafford, the Rams looked like they were getting the best out of the Lions. Stafford was picked off 3 times by the Rams secondary but the Rams just could not finish the game. Could RG3 have just as big of a game, or get exposed by both Corteland Finnegan and rookie Janoris Jenkins who both...
For Matthew Stafford, season one brought 10 games of garbage, season two had him on the sidelines after the Cleveland Browns slapped him around, season three had him looking elite and Sunday had him looking like season one all over again, like GARBAGE.
In Jeff Fisher‘s debut as the head coach of the St. Louis Rams, we got to see a St. Louis Rams team that looked like actual contenders...
This Sunday night, the Lions will travel to San Francisco to play the 49ers.No one gives the Lions a chance.The offense is one-dimensional. Their secondary is weak. The defensive line is OK, but vastly overrated.Really, the only chance Detroit has is to throw the ball until Matthew Stafford's arm falls off.These stereotypes circulated since last year. The Lions have heard them...
Beware, adjective overload to follow shortly.
The St. Louis Rams played one of their most inspired, passionate, hard-nosed games fans have seen in a while in Motown this past Sunday. The final two minutes not withstanding. However, the defense of the St. Louis Rams made a statement that should not be ignored .
The defense was in midseason form against Detroit. This...
The St. Louis Rams put up a hard fight during the season opener to the Lions. The game even started off with a field goal kick by the rookie Greg Zurelein who had a total of three field goals. During the second quarter corner back Cortland Finnegan intercepted Matthew Stafford for a touchdown taking the Rams to halftime with a one point lead.Roger Saffold was injured during the fourth...
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson did not practice on Wednesday because of a foot injury, according to the team.
Head coach Jim Schwartz wouldn't say much on the injury.
The injury doesn't sound serious, according to team reporter Tim Twentyman, who says Megatron appeared to be fine.
"Let's put it this way. I didn't notice anything," he tweeted...
It's only Week 2, but the hype continues to build for Sunday night's game between the Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers.
Two undefeated teams, both coming off playoff seasons, a prime-time setting at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, plenty of animosity between the sides and, of course, a controversy that simply wont go away.
What more can you ask for?
Here are five...
NinersDigest’s Craig Massei and RoarReport’s Nate Caminata go Behind Enemy Lines to break down Sunday’s early NFC showdown between the 49ers and Lions. Is Detroit now a serious NFC title contender? Does Handshake-gate still linger among the Lions? Can anybody stop Matt Stafford and Megatron? How do the Lions stop Frank Gore and Co. from running all over them yet again? These...
Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz….Handshake Part II could be really interesting!
Meanwhile, Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions were one of the biggest locks to win in the season opener and they very nearly blew their opportunity at home against the St. Louis Rams.
The Rams do not possess a ton of talent offensively, and...