After 32 total NFL games, the league is beginning to take shape. You can start to get a feel for which teams are having better than projected seasons and which aren't meeting the bar. For Detroit and Green Bay, though, the season's been a mixed bag. Detroit opened up the season in Ford Field for a Monday night showdown with the New York Giants. Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers travel to Ford Field on Sunday to face a Detroit Lions team that, after two weeks of play, boasts the No. 2 overall defense and No. 10 offense. Though any rankings heading into Week 3 should be taken with a grain...Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions have to shake off a loss to the Carolina Panthers because the Green Bay Packers are coming to town for a matchup between 1-1 NFC North foes. There are plenty of opinions about the longtime rivals, and some of them have...Show More Summary
There’s a kind of hush all over Britain tonight, as Herman’s Hermits once had it. That bitter old lion, Gordon Brown, delivered a barn-burner for the union: Tell them this is our Scotland. Tell them that Scotland does not belong to the Scottish Nationalist Party. Scotland does not belong to the Yes campaign. Scotland does […]
First place in the NFC North is on the line when the Green Bay Packers visit Ford Field to face the Detroit Lions. What: Green Bay (1-1) at Detroit (1-1) When: Sunday, September 21, 1 p.m. ET Watch: Fox, Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch with the call When these two teams last met, the Lions feasted on a depleted Packers squad on Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
Question of the Week is a feature in which we take a cross-section of opinions from Detroit Lions players and coaches (and sometimes opponents) about a singular topic. Most of the time, they have nothing to do with football. Have a suggestion...Show More Summary
With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2014 Week 3 fantasy football wide receiver rankings. 1. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions Megatron has 247 yards and a pair of touchdowns through two games. Show More Summary
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush talks about “harshly disciplining” his 1 year old daughter. And no, this is not just an NFL thing. …Bush now claims (per update at above link) that this he does hit his daughter. But the original language leaves me very skeptical of that claim that could easily be made […]
Wondering why NASA gave Boeing the lion's share of its space taxi funding? Jeff Bezos could have something to do with it. Shortly after NASA awarded Boeing $4.2 billion in funding, the Wall Street Journal claimed the company padded its bid with a...
Hackenberg, a 19-year-old sophomore, behaves like the adult of the revitalized Nittany Lions, standing for something beyond the obvious tangible rewards of the game.
The last time the Green Bay Packers played in Detroit against the Lions was last Thanksgiving. The result? The Packers were throttled 40-10 that game. But the Packers played that game without quarterback Aaron Rodgers, as he was out with a fractured clavicle. Show More Summary
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Arizona Cardinals punt returner Ted Ginn Jr. was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 2. This is no surprise, because Ginn played against the New York Giants. Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy was the NFC's Defensive Player of the Week in Week 1. Show More Summary
Money comes and goes. This saying could not be truer in Hip-Hop. While the splurging seems to have no prejudice, there are the usual suspects that always seem to get the lion share of a Rapper’s money…Continue
Green Bay has owned the rivalry with Detroit for quite a while now, winning 15 of the last 17 meetings, going 13-4 against the spread. But the Lions are getting tired of it, as they showed in blowing out the Packers last Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
Lions running back Reggie Bush was a guest on the Boomer and Carton radio show yesterday, and he shared some extremely bad thoughts about Adrian Peterson and corporal punishment. Read more...
In the interview, Reggie Bush said he would consider using a switch, as Adrian Peterson did, to discipline his own children. The post Detroit Lions Running Back Says He Uses Corporal Punishment On His 1-Year-Old appeared first on ThinkProgress.
As it turns out, there are people worse at talking about the Adrian Peterson situation than the Vikings front office, or at least one. Lions running back Reggie Bush said he supported Peterson’s method of punishing children, if not the degree to which Peterson took it. “I was punished the same way,” Bush said on…
Reggie Bush appeared on local radio Wednesday morning and defended the idea of physical punishment. While most of the NFL is trying to distance itself from Adrian Peterson, Reggie Bush is running face-first into the fray. The Lions running...Show More Summary
Week 2 brought more questions than answers for several teams with running back committees. Who are the RBs you want to own on the New England Patriots, the New York Jets and the Detroit Lions? Which RBs will lead you on the path to fantasy glory? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Anita Marks break down RB committees in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush has come to the defense of Adrian Peterson, who was indicted on charges of child abuse. During an appearance on the Boomer & Carton show on WFAN, via CBS New York, Reggie Bush explained that he received the same kind of discipline when he was a child. Show More Summary