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Opinion: What’s the Answer for the Lions’ Offensive Woes?

The Detroit Lions had a golden opportunity last Sunday in the NFC showdown against the Arizona Cardinals. The battle for first place in the conference was a possible playoff preview, but the Lions could not hold on in a 14-6 defeat.

The Lions defense, for 11 weeks in a row, has supported the offense and created countless opportunities for the team to win. Not only to win, but to win big. No opponent has taken advantage of this Lions defense, which is why it has continued to stay ranked in the top of the league. Read More…

Lions Den – #22 – 11/19/14

Well, the fun had to end sooner or later. After a four-game winning streak that saw the Detroit Lions’ record climb to 7-2, the boys in Honolulu Blue fell to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, 14-6.

On this episode of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Chris Boggus and Louis Bilotta discuss whether or not it is time for Lions fans to panic. Were the referees truly to blame for their loss? Also, who is to blame for the Lions’ continued offensive woes, after failing to score a touchdown against the Cardinals’ defense. Read More…

Lions Den – #21 – 11/12/14

The Cardiac Cats were at it again on Sunday as the Lions came back in the final minute to defeat the Miami Dolphins 20-16.

On this episode of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus break down the Lions’ come-from-behind victory.

Later on the show, Michael throws down some rapid-fire questions on all four teams in the NFC North and the guys preview the Lions’ Week 10 matchup with the first place Arizona Cardinals. Stay tuned to hear which host is not buying the Lions’ chances on Sunday. Read More…

Why the NFL Needs to Care

Everyone from CBS’ James Brown to the New York Times to Cosmopolitan magazine have ran articles and voiced their opinion about the recent slew of abuse charges to hit the NFL.

Ray Rice’s now infamous TMZ video of him knocking out his wife in an elevator is not the only case the NFL has been hit with. Arizona Cardinals  running back Jonathan Dwyer was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list after being arrested on Sept. 17 for charges of aggravated assault.

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