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Burleson wouldn't mind catching zero passes the rest of the season as long as the Lions keep winning.
No one would have guessed that the Detroit Lions matchup against the San Francisco 49ers would be one of the week six headliners. The game will be widely seen throughout the Great Lakes and Western United States and a number of other locations without games of local interest airing in the early time slot on FOX. (see coverage map) … [visit site to read more]San Francisco 49ers...
Detroit coach Jim Schwartz went home for a nap early Tuesday morning following the Lions' convincing win over the Chicago Bears. A couple hours later, he went right back to work. The Motor City's buzzing about the franchise's first 5-0 start since 1956, and NFL followers from coast to coast are taking notice of the suddenly formidable Lions and anticipating their showdown...
Ndamukong Suh made Jay Cutler sad inside, but is he the baddest man in the whole NFL?
When the 49ers venture into Ford Field Sunday to play the Lions, they’ll have history on their side.
Which, of course, will be of as much use as a history textbook would be in blocking Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
The Niners have beaten the Lions seven straight times, with San Francisco winning the last matchup 20-6 in 2009. But these Niners and Lions have been nothing...
Taking a look deep inside Sunday's game between the 49ers and Detroit Lions at Ford Field in Detroit, with snapshot game details, series history, game plans, matchups to watch, NFL rankings for both teams, personnel updates and a look inside both camps before the showdown between first-place teams that currently hold the top two seeds in the NFC if the playoffs were to begin today.
Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune reports veterans Chris Harris and Brandon Meriweather are expected to be benched in favor of Major Wright and rookie Chris Conte for Sundays game against the Vikings, according to multiple team sources. Wright and Conte are expected to get the first-team reps at strong and free safety, respectively, during Thursdays practice. Harris and Meriweather...