For once, predicting the Detroit Lions' starting lineup for next season isn't going to involve trying to sort out complete offseason chaos. That's kind of nice, really, both for me trying to project the Lions' starters next year and for the Lions, who will undoubtedly benefit from the continuity. But this is the NFL, and all "continuity" really means is that the Lions are back to even with most of the rest of the league in that they're only swapping a handful of starters each year—not engaging in annual wholesale turnover.
The Detroit Lions are, for once, succeeding in their rebuilding effort. How do I know? A good sign of a stable, talented team is when it's easy to predict starters from one year to the next. Three years ago, head coach Jim Schwartz ... Read Post
The 2012 offseason has not yielded a lot of change in the Detroit Lions starting lineup. In fact, the Lions have made many moves to prevent changes among the starters. They have also been focusing on improving the quality of their d... Read Post
The Detroit Lions offense will hope to evolve in 2012 while also maintaining the vaunted aerial assault displayed last year. Quarterback Matthew Stafford and receiver Calvin Johnson became one of the most dynamic duos in the NFL and... Read Post