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The Wayne Fontes Experience:
FYI, Stafford is 10-13, 116 yds, 1 TD.
Gates with another 1st down catch near midfield. He's been damn near unstoppable so far.
2nd and 9....Rivers throws the ball to the invisible man. The pattern run was 20 yards short of the throw.
Swing pass on 3rd and 9 only gets 5...another punt on the way!
Logan holds on to this punt...WHEW.
Dammit, I still have butterflies. WHY?
I'll be like this all afternoon...
Stafford comes out firing, 12 yard pass to Scheffler starts the Lions' 3rd drive.
The Lions' tried and true end around to Burleson is good for another 1st down.
Nice looking play! Stafford fakes a handoff to to Brurleson, then throws a screen to Smith in the middle of the field...he is just short of the marker.
Stafford sneaks for the 1st...again, where has this play been?
Scheffler is WIDE OPEN at the Bolts 25! Stafford is throwing BB's!
UGH. The Bolts DE is left unblocked by Churlius...SACK. 9 yard loss. That did not look good.
Stafford in the gu...
BEST OF MAXIM
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Been there, done that, felt that -- the good and the bad.
Jason Hanson has felt the emotional swings triggered by playing a decisive home game late in the season in his 20 years as the Lions kicker.
Saturdays game against the resurgent San Diego Chargers at Ford Field is pivotal in the Lions hopes to make the playoffs for the first time since 1999.
Now that they're in, who will the Lions see in the wild-card round of the playoffs in two weeks?
The NFL fined Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch $15,000 for a horse collar tackle on Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece.
Tulloch's fine matched that of Lions defensive end Cliff Avril, who also used a horse collar tackle on quarterback Carson Palmer in Sunday's game.
Last week, Tulloch was fined $10,000 for a late hit on Minnesota Vikings rookie quarterback Christian Ponder.
Forget next year's draft. The Detroit Lions have something different to look forward to this December.
Several Detroit Lions were upgraded on today's injury report and, as coach Jim Schwartz said Monday, all 53 players on the roster will be in the mix for Saturday's game against the San Diego Chargers at Ford Field.
Detroit should be able to hold off red-hot San Diego at home.
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The topic du jour is playoff scenarios. Tim Twentyman at DetroitLions.com has them covered:
Win against the Chargers today and the Lions will punch their playoff ticket for the first time since 1999.But if they lose, don’t lose hope.In that case, the Lions can still can lock up a postseason bid this weekend in one of three ways:1.) With losses by the Bears, Cardinals, Seahawks...
Even the Chargers didn't have the offensive firepower in duel with Stafford & Co.
It's silly to suggest the Lions are playing for Jeff Backus and Dominic Raiola, but plenty of people would like to see the two 11-year vets clinch their first playoff appearance today.
DETROIT - After a decade of losing, the Detroit Lions are in the playoffs.
And they made sure the San Diego...
The Detroit Lions made the playoffs for the first time since 1999 as Matthew Stafford threw three touchdown passes in the first half to beat the San Diego Chargers 38-10 Saturday.
Three weeks ago, reports out of San Diego said Chargers owner Dean Spanos was almost certain to fire both General Manager A.J. Smith and coach Norv Turner. But a lot has changed in three weeks. The Chargers haven’t just won their last three games, they’ve blown out all three opponents and suddenly looked like one…