Chris Boggus

Lions Den – #23 – 11/27/14

There is perhaps no greater time of the football season than Thanksgiving and on this episode of Lions Den hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus are in the Thanksgiving spirit.

The guys break down the Detroit Lions’ 34-9 loss to the New England Patriots and discuss if anything came out of that game that they can be thankful for. They will also discuss why they are not so thankful for Eric Ebron and which team was better — the 2014 Lions or the 2011 Lions that made the playoffs. Read More…

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…

Stafford Slings Lions Past Fins

Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions stunned the Miami Dolphins on a last-minute drive to finish with a 20-16 victory at Ford Field.

The Lions started out strong in the first quarter with a 10-0 lead, dominating on all sides of the football. But the lead shortly faded as the Dolphins controlled the next three quarters, holding the Lions scoreless until the fourth. The Lions found a way to win in the last seconds despite all of Miami’s good fortune. Read More…

Lions Den – #20 – 11/5/14

On this 20th edition of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus are eager to talk Lions football following the bye week.

Louis presents to the crew a set of buy/sell topics, they delve into Reggie Bush’s comments on the coaching staff and preview the Lions’ Week 10 matchup with the Miami Dolphins. Stay tuned to hear why one host believes this will be the Lions’ toughest opponent so far this season. Read More…

Lions Den – #19 – 10/29/14

It was a wacky game in Wembley on Sunday, as the Detroit Lions miraculously came away with a 22-21 comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in London, England.

On this episode of Lions Den, host Michael Higer and co-hosts Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus recap the Lions’ thrilling victory. The guys discuss how the Lions have been able to recover from their mistakes this year and also whether Nick Fairley has played his last game as a Lion following his knee injury. Read More…

Lions Pull Off Miraculous Win in London

The Atlanta Falcons were unable to hold onto their 21-0 early lead in London, England, allowing the Lions to score 24 unanswered points in the second half.

Detroit defied all odds early Sunday in Wembley Stadium facing a streaky Falcons team. Starting their third-string center, it was clear the Lions’ No. 1 defense would have Matt Ryan’s number all game, but the usual Lions pressure did not come around until the second half. Two sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception shook Matty Ice’s confidence and held the red-hot offense to zero points in the second half of the game. Read More…

Lions Den – #18 – 10/22/14

What a Sunday it was for the Detroit Lions. After being down by 13 points with under six minutes to go to the New Orleans Saints, the Lions somehow escaped with a 24-23 victory.

On this episode of Lions Den, host Michael Higer is joined by co-hosts Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus to recap the Lions’ miraculous win. Also on the show, the guys discuss whether the Lions’ successes fall solely on the coaching staff, just what is wrong with the running game and do the Lions deserve to be higher ranked than the Green Bay Packers. Read More…

Lions Send Saints Marching Home

The Detroit Lions rallied late in their Week 7 matchup to overcome Sean Payton’s prolific New Orleans Saints offense 24-23.

The Lions did not waste a second scoring 14 of their points in the last four minutes of the game. The stout Lions defense pitched another shutout against the run game, holding the crowded Saints backfield to only 60 yards. Averaging 133 yards per game on the ground, Drew Brees realized early that the game would have to be won through the air. Brees’ lights out performance of 342 yards and two touchdowns was not enough to beat the Detroit Lions. Read More…

Lions Den – #17 – 10/15/14

The Detroit Lions are rolling into Week 7 with a 4-2 record following their 17-3 victory over the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday.

On this episode of Lions Den, host Michael Higer and co-host Chris Boggus delve deeper into the Lions’ win over the Vikings. Who is more to thank for the Lions’ defensive dominance, the talent on the field or the coaching staff? Also, Michael explains why one man on special teams is the most unheralded member of the team. Read More…

Lions Defense Continues to Dominate in Win Over Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings dodged a shutout at home against their NFC North rival, the Detroit Lions in a 17-3 loss.

The Lions rose to 4-2 on the season and continued to prove their dominance on the defensive side of the ball.

Ndamukong Suh and the Lions defense have carried the struggling offense through the first six games of the season, allowing a league-best average of 13.6 points per game. Read More…

Lions Den – #15 – 10/8/2014

The Detroit Lions lost a heartbreaker to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, and hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus enter the Lions Den to debate who was to blame.

The guys will also discuss who will be the next Lions kicker, whether Calvin Johnson can be labeled as “injury prone” and a preview and predictions for next week’s match-up against the Minnesota Vikings. Read More…

Lions’ Defense Too Much For Packers

The Detroit Lions bounced back from their Week 2 loss with a 19-7 win at home over the rival Green Bay Packers.

Ford Field was rocking when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ electrifying offense was held to an uncharacteristic 223 total yards. The Lions’ defense continued their streak of holding opponents to less than 80 rushing yards per game. Second-year running back sensation Eddie Lacy  topped out at 11 carries for 36 yards, and his counterpart James Starks finished with eight rushing attempts for 38 yards. Read More…

Lions Den – #12 – 9/18/14

The Detroit Lions’ hopes for a 16-0 season were dashed in week two after a 24-7 drubbing by the Carolina Panthers.

In this episode of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus discuss their thoughts and impressions of the 1-1 Lions.

The crew also previews next week’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Stick around to hear which analyst picks the Lions to beat their hated rival.

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Lions Offense Kept Quiet in Charlotte

The Detroit Lions flew into Charlotte, N.C., coming off of a collective win against the New York Giants Monday night, but the Panthers’ defense proved to be a tough matchup.

The dynamic Lions offense was held to an unimpressive seven points to Carolina’s 24 on Sunday.

Turnovers plagued the Lions all throughout the game. Detroit failed to establish a healthy rhythm due to an early Joique Bell fumble, and failed to rally a comeback due to a late Matt Stafford interception and Jeremy Ross fumble. Read More…

Giants Beaten Black and Honolulu Blue Monday Night

Monday Night Football headliners are screaming just what Detroit Lions fans have been wanting to see all offseason.

The Lions defeated the New York Giants 35-14 on the first Monday Night Football matchup of the 2014 NFL regular season.

The Lions started off the new season in a strong fashion putting up 35 points on the Giants’ defense.

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Lions Den – #10 – 9/4/14

It is finally here. The anticipation is over. On Monday night, the Detroit Lions will kick off their regular season against the New York Giants at Ford Field.

In this editionepisode of Lions Den, Michael, Louis and Chris recap the Lions’ uneventful preseason, look ahead to the matchup against the Giants and preview the season with game-by-game predictions.

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Wayne State Hosts Lions Training Camp for Public

On Wednesday, July 30 the Detroit Lions practiced away from their usual Allen Park practice facilities at Wayne State’s own Adams Field.

The Lions went through a routine practice showcasing position drills, individual drills, seven-on-sevens and situational scrimmages. This public practice allowed me to walk away with a few different impressions and topics of discussion heading into the Lions’ first preseason game August 9 against the Cleveland Browns. Read More…

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