The Lions get a little credit for staying alive in the playoff race. But they mostly looked bad against a horrible Buccaneers team.
Matthew Stafford passed for 381 yards with an injured throwing hand and set up Matt Prater for a 46-yard field goal in the closing seconds, helping the Detroit Lions remain in playoff contention with a 24-21 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Detroit Lions blew a 14-point fourth-quarter lead, then rallied to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 24-21.
The officials in Tampa may have violated the NFL’s replay procedures to correct an officiating mistake that went against the Lions today. After Buccaneers tight end O.J. Howard caught a pass, he was hit by Detroit’s Quandre Diggs, forcing a fumble that the Lions recovered. But the officials ruled on the field that the pass [more]
Stafford will be out there against the Bucs. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was listed as questionable this week due to an injury to his throwing hand. But Stafford’s starting streak will continue in Week 14. He will start...Show More Summary
Doug Martin is set to play, but is he worth starting on your fantasy team? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are no longer listing Doug Martin on the injury report, meaning he is ready to roll against the Detroit Lions. Martin had been in the NFL concussion protocol, which caused him to miss the Week 13 overtime loss to the Green Bay Packers. Show More Summary
Will the Lions and fantasy owners have Matthew Stafford for the start of the fantasy playoffs? The Detroit Lions are listing Matthew Stafford as questionable to play in Week 14. Stafford sustained a hand injury late in Detroit’s Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren't wasting time wondering what might have been had they played better at times this season
The Lions also gave up a TD on a play with 10 men on the field in their Thanksgiving loss to the Vikings
Stafford did not practice Wednesday because of the swollen hand
Lions players were told not to discuss having nine players on the field for a third-down play Sunday. “We were told not to talk about it,” one player told Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. It’s no wonder they were told to keep quiet considering the ineptness the Lions have shown the past two [more]
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford seems to be resting the injured fingers on his throwing hand
The Silverdome hosted the Detroit Lions for years. Continue reading Hundreds of Volkswagen diesels witness Pontiac Silverdome demolition Hundreds of Volkswagen diesels witness Pontiac Silverdome demolition originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 05 Dec 2017 10:39:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Matthew Stafford's banged-up hand is only one of many problems the Detroit Lions have in what was a potentially promising season
The second time was the charm for a partial implosion of the Pontiac Silverdome _ the former home of the Detroit Lions
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in Baltimore’s 44-20 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the seven-year veteran will use the time off to serve a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. According to Schefter, Smith decided to drop his appeal of his suspension […]
The upper level of the Pontiac Silverdome was supposed to implode on Sunday. But it didn’t. Sure, there were explosions and lots of smoke surrounding the one-time home of the Detroit Lions and Pistons. But no implosion. Here’s the Silverdome moments before thousands of denotations went off. Here...
The Lions played at the Silverdome until 2001.
Fans of the Detroit Lions, the team that called the Silverdome home until moving to a downtown stadium after the 2001 season, joked on social media that the failed implosion was by no means the first time they found themselves leaving the stadium parking lot disappointed. Show More Summary
It’s an incredible form of nourishment! The Baltimore Ravens cruised past the Detroit Lions today in Baltimore by a final score of 44-20. That’s another one in the win column for the Ravens — a “W,” if you will. After the game, in Jameis...Show More Summary