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A Closer Look at the New York Giants' Improved Offensive Line

In Week 1 of the 2014 NFL season, the New York Giants suffered a 35-14 blowout loss to the Detroit Lions, a game that saw the Giants’ "improved" offensive line produce a performance that was eerily similar to the struggles of 2013. The numbers so far have the starting five — left tackle Will Beatty, left guard Weston Richburg, center J.D. Show More Summary

How the Lions offense succeeded without Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson has been the primary engine driving the Lions offense since he arrived in Detroit as the No. 2 overall pick of the 2007 NFL Draft. When Megatron has missed time, Detroit resembles a crumbled wreckage of an otherwise beautiful structure. Show More Summary

How the Lions Became an Elite Defense and Why the Dominance Will Continue

Look up almost any meaningful defensive statistic and you'll find the Detroit Lions at or near the top of the rankings after four games this season. While numbers often lie, these don't. The Lions have a legitimate argument for being...Show More Summary

Lions TE Joseph Fauria Injured Himself Potty Training the Cutest Puppy Ever (Pics)

10 hours agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria injured himself outside the scope of football this week, which always raises red flags. However, this red flag is furry, adorable, and we wouldn’t dare question it. Confused? I’m sure you are. We would be too. Joseph Fauria told the Lions that he sprained his left ankle trying to chase […]

This Might Be The Cutest NFL Injury Report Ever

Who knew housebreaking a puppy could be so hazardous to a big strong football player? In what's easily one of the most adorable NFL-related tweets ever, the Detroit Lions announced that tight end Joseph Fauria sprained his ankle while...Show More Summary

Buffalo Bills vs. Detroit Lions: Spread Analysis and Pick Prediction

The Detroit Lions are 3-1 both SU and ATS for new head coach Jim Caldwell, and at the moment look like the best team in the NFC North. The Lions get a chance to move to 4-1 when they host the 1-3 Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon at Ford Field. Point spread: Lions opened as 6.5-point favorites; the total was 44.5. Show More Summary

The Film Don't Lie: Lions

A weekly look at what the Detroit Lions must fix: Matthew Stafford is once again playing well at the start of the season, but for the Lions to have success against the Buffalo Bills and the rest of the year, he must receive better protection...Show More Summary

Joe Fauria Of The Detroit Lions Says He Hurt His Ankle Trying To Stop His Dog From Peeing

15 hours agoSports : With Leather

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Calvin Johnson Injury: Favorable Matchups Will Keep Megatron Elite Fantasy WR

An ankle injury slowed down Detroit Lions superstar receiver Calvin Johnson in a Week 4 win over the New York Jets. Even against a decimated Jets secondary, Johnson wasn't effective, managing just two receptions for 12 yards. ESPN Stats...Show More Summary

Detroit Lions Finally Learning How to Close out Games

With two straight wins sealed by strong late-game performances, the 2014 Detroit Lions appear to have turned a very tricky and vital corner. These Lions are learning how to close out victories. It stands in stark contrast to last season, when the Lions often pounced on their prey early but couldn't complete the kill. Show More Summary

Lions tight end Joseph Fauria injured while trying to prevent his dog from peeing in the house

There have been some very, very strange sports injuries. Some have been lies. But this one seems to be true. Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria says he sprained his ankle after he missed a few stairs while rushing to prevent his new puppy from urinating in his house.

Lions' Fauria injured trying to stop Lil' Rufio from urinating inside house

The Detroit Lions officially are the kings of the bizarre injuries. Last year, Nate Burleson broke his arm trying to prevent pizzas from sliding off his car seat. In Week 3, Stephen Tulloch suffered a season-ending torn ACL while celebrating a teammate's play. Show More Summary

Joseph Fauria Injury: Updates on Lions TE's Ankle and Return

Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria missed Week 4 after suffering a mysterious ankle injury last week, and the story surrounding the nature of the injury has come to surface. According to the team's Twitter feed, Fauria was hurt dealing...Show More Summary

Kyle Orton named Bills starting QB, has middling fantasy value

The Bills named Kyle Orton the starter over the struggling EJ Manuel on Monday. We break down the fantasy implications. The Buffalo Bills have confirmed that Kyle Orton will be the starting quarterback against the Detroit Lions in Week 5. Orton gets the nod over EJ Manuel, who has struggled in his second season. Show More Summary

Geno Smith-Michael Vick QB Controversy Could Swallow Jets Season Whole

The New York Jets were in a no-win situation. A win over the Detroit Lions would not have solidified the Jets as a contender, but a 24-17 loss may have solidified them as a pretender. It's a long season, and with 14 games to go, there's plenty of time for the Jets to turn things around. Show More Summary

Jets Fans Give Up On Geno Smith, So He Curses Them Out

Yesterday's Jets game against the Detroit Lions was a debacle. It even got to the point where Gang Green fans were so angered with quarterback Geno Smith's poor performance that they started chanting, "We want Vick!" [ more › ]

Things we learned about the Jets

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A few takeaways on the New York Jets' loss to the Detroit Lions: 1. Lack of energy: There were stretches in the game when the Jets seemed utterly lifeless. I suppose that's what happens your offense suffers five consecutive three-and-out possessions, but it's still uncharacteristic of a Rex Ryan-coached team. Show More Summary

Jim Caldwell Talks Instilling a Culture of Winning in Longtime Loser Lions

East Rutherford, NJ—The Detroit Lions brought in Jim Caldwell to change the team culture. And so far, it looks like the Lions’ first-year head coach is doing a pretty good job of it. The Lions are off to a 3-1 start, with wins over the New York Giants, Green Bay Packers, and, this Sunday aside the New Jersey Turnpike, the New York Jets. Show More Summary

7 Things New York Jets Need to Fix to Turn Season Around

The New York Jets may have only lost to the Detroit Lions by seven points, but the ugly manner in which the game was played—and the fact that it was the third consecutive loss—made the game seem like a disastrous blowout. Rex Ryan'sShow More Summary

Lions’ Ndamukong Suh goes to great (and vaguely disgusting) lengths to avoid talking about leaving Detroit

Ndamukong Suh took an extreme measure to avoid talking about reports that he wants out of Detroit. After the Lions’ victory over the New York Jets, he took off his pads in the locker room at MetLife Stadium, the New York Post reported, and boarded the team bus while still wearing the undershirt he had […]

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