The Dallas Cowboys coughed up a 27-17 fourth quarter lead in Detroit and lost 31-30 to the Lions. Yet, Detroit’s dramatic win may prove to be somewhat secondary to the amazing Calvin Johnson, who caught 14 passes for 329 yards and a score.
Former Detroit Lions Titus Young is in hot water again after a run-in with authorities in California. Last Friday, Young was arrested for the third time in less than a week after fleeing police near an attempted break-in.
Detroit Lions wide receiver (and Madden ’13 cover athlete) Calvin Johnson plastered his name all over the NFL record books on Saturday night during Detroit’s 31-18 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Johnson broke Jerry Rice’s 17-year-old receiving yardage record (1,848 in 1995) after posting an 11-catch, 225-yard performance.
Who is a bigger bad guy in the NFL than Detroit’s Ndamukong Suh? Jay Cutler? Nah. He is actually valuable to his team when he is on the field despite the whiny tactics and demonstrative behavior.
One part of Matt Schaub’s lower body will struggle to celebrate on Thanksgiving. Detroit’s Ndamukong Suh was back to his old, questionable tricks when his foot ended up kicking Houston’s Matt Schaub below the belt during the first half of the Texans/Lions Thanksgiving battle.
The 1985 Bears rank among the most ferocious NFL teams of all-time. Fronted by Buddy Ryan’s 46 defense and the legendary Walter Payton, the Bears went 15-1 in ’85 en route to winning Super Bowl XX.
(If you’re into placing a dime or two on Sunday’s Detroit/Philly tilt, you can find the odds here.) The 1984 song “Perfect Strangers” by Deep Purple should play on a continuous loop during Sunday’s Lions/Eagles battle at Lincoln Financial Field. Nearly six minutes long, the music video shows […]
Detroit Lions cornerback Aaron Berry added to the team’s off-season brushes with law enforcement last Saturday morning in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The third-year veteran was charged with suspicion of driving under the influence, driving into unattended cars, and failure to stop and provide aid at the scene of an […]
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley was arrested early Sunday morning in Mobile, Alabama for suspicion of driving under the influence. According to FOX10 in Mobile, Fairley’s violations also included having an open container, having no proof of insurance, reckless driving, and attempting to evade the police.