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The rookie defensive tackle broke his foot early in training camp, but has been participating in practices and games for the last three weeks.
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Jim Schwartz joined Doug Karsch and Scott Anderson on 97.1 FM in Detroit. Here are some highlights:- The Lions have played the game that their opponents wanted to play the last two weeks. Need to hit big plays and not allow the 50 yard … [visit site to read more]Highlights from Jim Schwartz’s Weekly Radio Appearance - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site...
The Lions have only had to worry about weather conditions in one game so far this year. That one game was in Tampa where game-time temperatures approached 90 degrees and players were bombarded with sunshine.The Lions now head to Denver, a city that is receiving a lot of attention from The Weather Channel. I made a casual stop by Weather.com today and was greeted by a headline that...
I did get something sort-of resembling a Watchtower up before the Falcons game on Sunday, if only just. Without any of the historical breakdown or schematic analysis, I just looked at season ranks and averages. It was done entirely on my iPhone in stolen moments. It looks like it: The Falcons have the NFL's 17th-ranked offense, averaging 22.5 points per game. The passing...
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford worked with the first-team offense during Thursday's practice session and is on track to start Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.Stafford has been hobbled by an ankle injury but reportedly looked good in limited action Thursday.The 23-year-old rolled his ankle late in the Lions' 23-16 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. He appeared...
Matthew Stafford is holding out hope that he'll play against Denver on Sunday, but there are no guarantees.
Stafford's right ankle was sprained when he was hit on the Lions' final offensive play in last Sunday's loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
In a radio interview on NewsTalk 760 WJR in Detroit Tuesday afternoon, Stafford said he doesn't know if he will be ready...
Broken tackles, penalties and a dropped pass cost the Lions as the Falcons finish the job and get the victory at Ford Field.
Tony Scheffler made a big enough splash in his first month as a Lion to earn a three-year contract extension. In the season since, Scheffler's production has taken a puzzling and precipitous drop.
If Matthew Stafford can overcome an injury to take the field, the Lions
surely have a better shot to bounce back from consecutive losses and spoil Tim
Tebow's first home start of the season.