Scoring a touchdown is grounds for celebration, as Detroit's Tony Scheffler shows after snagging a pass for a 3rd quarter against the Panthers this past weekend. Opting to pay homage to our corporate overlords, AT&T, Scheffler emulates—pretty damn well—the commercial where a flash mob (ripping off my man Charlie from Improv Everywhere) are supposed to perform in Grand Central Station.
Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola is a creature of habit.
Two days before every game, Raiola gets his hair cut by a stylist who visits team headquarters. On this particular Tuesday, he received a trim that included the shaving of three stars on the side of his head.
The aesthetic beauty of such a 'do is subjective. But there is no debating the recent ugliness of another custom...
Terrell McClain gets slapped with a personal foul, a 15-yarder, that keeps the Lions' series alive. McClain hit Matthew Stafford after he ran out of bounds near the Lions' sideline. On the next play, Stafford finds Kevin Smith for a gain of 15 yards.
Kevin Smith is showing coaches today he's worthy of being a No. 1 running back. He just gained 9 yards and appears to be a real catalyst for the Lions right now.
On second-and-1, Calvin Johnson caught a 26-yard pass from Matthew Stafford. Lions are at the Carolina 31.
When asked Monday about the Lions' legendary, 26-14, Thanksgiving Day domination of the Packers at Tiger Stadium that season, quarterback Matthew Stafford and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh appeared at a loss.
In week 12 of the 2011 NFL season the 10-0 Green Bay Packers travel to Detroit to play the Lions on Thanksgiving Day. Kickoff is scheduled for 11:30am CT at Ford Field. Event: Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions. Official Injury Reports: Packers – Lions When: Thursday November 24th, 2011 @ 11:30am CT. Where: Ford [...]
Pathers kickoff returner Kealoha Pilares takes the ball 102 yards for the score. Another blown opportunity for the Lions' special teams. Remember, the Lions gave up a punt return to Devin Hester last weekend in Chicago.
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