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Post-combine Detroit Lions mock draft (Rounds 1-3)

Post-combine Detroit Lions mock draft (Rounds 1-3)Whenever the NFL Combine comes around, it is so easy for scouts and fans to get carried away.  The numbers can make us swoon or sour on any given prospect.  While a player’s wingspan can give some insight on his potential, the game tape is still the omega to look back at on draft day. With that said, the Combine is still a great...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Houston must have a better 2014

Chris Houston had a very disappointing season in 2013. Numbers don’t even begin to show the reality, and the numbers themselves are awful. A combination of injuries and personal drama were certainly a part of what went wrong for Houston who was in the first year of a five year, 25 million dollar deal. Various ailments caused Houston to miss four games entirely and he missed the...
Via cover32 - Lions
March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions: Two late-round targets in the secondary

Detroit Lions: Two late-round targets in the secondaryIt’s not a question of if the Detroit Lions will target a corner in this year’s draft, it’s a question of when and how many. The Lions had a gaping hole in the secondary in 2013, mostly because the play of Chris Houston declined after he cashed a big check. Bill Bentley’s injury didn’t help and Darius Slay’s inexperience...
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions' Chris Houston's father accused in Sam Hurd drug case

Sam Hurd was sentenced to 15 years in prison for drug trafficking. Now the fallout from he case is starting to take place. The father of Detroit Lions cornerback Chris Houston has found himself denying allegations that he was involved in drug trafficking with the cousin of Hurd, Tyrone Chavful. Larry Houston called the allegations 'crap' and says that Chavful's...
Via Just Sports And Just Us
November 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions boast improved secondary

Chris Houston (Photo Credit: Leon Halip/Getty Images) Until last year’s draft the Detroit Lions continued to neglect a putrid secondary.  Names like Kalvin Pearson, Gerald Alexander, Jamar Fletcher, C.C. Brown, and Jonathan Wade donned blue and silver just a few years ago. In last year’s draft the Lions finally threw three mid-to-late round picks at the need.  Many were still...
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June 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Lions CB Houston doesn't feel pressure of big role

Detroit Lions cornerback Chris Houston says he doesn't feel any pressure about his role with the team. It's a big one. Houston appears to be one of the most valuable players the Lions (No. 11 in the AP Pro32) have, especially on defense. He has experience and talent in a secondary that desperately needs it. Rookie cornerback Bill Bentley is projected to start opposite...
Via AP on Fox
August 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Lions' Houston: Secondary better than indicated

(This is the last in a series examining the Detroit Lions highly-scrutinized secondary.) Cornerback Chris Houston has heard all of the criticism. His unit is mostly blamed for last seasons late defensive meltdown and its still being targeted as the Lions' weak link entering this season. Some of it Houston understands -- after all, the Lions did allow a total of 928 passing...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
July 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Houston praises the potential of Lions secondary

(This is the last in a series examining the Detroit Lions highly-scrutinized secondary.) Cornerback Chris Houston has heard all of the criticism. His unit is mostly blamed for last seasons late defensive meltdown and its still being targeted as the Lions' weak link entering this season. Some of it Houston understands -- after all, the Lions did allow a total of 928 passing...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
July 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Chris Houston ready to give Lions' secondary boost

Lions cornerback Chris Houston returned to the field for the first time in three weeks Wednesday and said he plans to play Sunday at Oakland.
Via Lions Blog
December 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions travel to Soldier Field for NFC North battle

I know it’s only week 10, but this Sunday’s game between the Bears and Lions has major playoff implications.  The Lions will put their 6-2 record on the line this week, while the Bears come into the game at 5-3.  The winner of this game will have both momentum and a clear sight of an NFC wild card berth. Since these two teams’ last meeting on Monday night four weeks ago,...
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November 11, 2011  |  Discuss
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