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Lions Offense Prevails Over Jets

The Detroit Lions prevailed in Week 4 against the New York Jets 24-17, with the Lions’ offense stepping up in place of the defense.

MetLife stadium will go without a win for yet another week. The Lions dominated the offensive side of the ball scoring 24 points on 360 yards in their 34 minutes of possession.

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Lost Lions Look toward Caldwell

The days following the Detroit Lions’ Week 17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings were tough times for both the team and the NFL. Most fans could probably guess see the dismissal of head coach Jim Schwartz coming after playoff hopes disappeared once they lost to Eli Manning’s New York Giants.

Though Schwartz “salvaged” a team that already included Calvin Johnson from Rob Marinelli’s pitiful 0-16 season, Schwartz had always had troubles closing out the a season. Read More…

Detroit Lions Season Review – Part 2

The 2008 season that saw the Lions go 0-16 obviously led to a lot of fan upheaval. But it also led to a lot of front office changes.

Long time general manager Matt Millen, head coach Rod Marinelli, and the rest of his coaching staff were all let go.  It was without a doubt the right time for change, and Lions owner William Clay Ford was ready to make that happen.  He hired Millen’s assistant GM Martin Mayhew as the new GM, and from there, they hired highly coveted Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz as their new head coach.   Read More…

Lions Twitter Reaction – Week 1

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The Lions took the field Sunday afternoon hoping to bounce back from their disappointing 4-12 season in 2012.

What looked like the start of a dominating offensive performance quickly turned into another hard-to-watch Lions football game.  Don’t let the negative tweets from fans take effect – the Lions are in good shape heading into week two at Arizona, and they snapped their eight-game regular season losing streak, to start off 2013, at 1-0. Read More…

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