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Detroit Lions vs. New York Giants Preview and Prediction

By Tom Bowles, 5 months 1 week ago
The Giants have gone 19-29 the last three seasons. The Lions? They’ve had just two winning seasons since 1998. New York made head coaching change during the offseason while Detroit, coming off of a 7-9 campaign strongly considered it.   Now? Both teams are on the verge of making the playoffs, nightmares turned into new opportunities as they meet Sunday at MetLife Stadium. The Giants...

Detroit Lions vs. New Orleans Saints Preview and Prediction

By John La Fleur, 5 months 3 weeks ago
On Thanksgiving Day, Detroit (7-4) pulled out yet another come-from-behind victory to grab first place in the NFC North. The Lions have won six of their last seven and every game this season has been decided by seven points or less.   This past Sunday, after a competitive and high-scoring first half against Los Angeles, New Orleans’ (5-6) defense shut out the Rams. Drew Brees and...

Thanksgiving Day: Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions Preview and Prediction

By Tom Bowles, 6 months 1 week ago
It’s been a drought-busting season throughout major sports. The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Finals, bringing Cleveland its first title since 1964. The Chicago Cubs ended their historic 108-year run without a championship by winning the World Series.   Could the Detroit Lions be next on the list?   A team whose last NFL championship appearance (and win) was in 1957 must...

Why You Must Start DeSean Jackson and Other WR/TE Start/Sit Fantasy Advice For Week 2

By Michael Horvath, 8 months 2 weeks ago
Some surprises, both the good and bad kind, in Week 1 in terms of fantasy performances by wide receivers and tight ends. Before we look ahead to Week 2, let’s see how my Week 1 advice fared.   Good Calls...   Start Donte Moncrief (12.4 fantasy points) – The Colts' offense is going to score A LOT of points this year.   Sit Jarvis Landry (5.9 FP) – Landry...

Detroit Lions vs. Indianapolis Colts Preview and Prediction

By Jake Rose, 8 months 2 weeks ago
Sunday afternoon Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell returns to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the birth place of his NFL head coaching career. And while it may have gotten off to a good start, it did not end well for Caldwell or the Colts.   After taking over for a retired Tony Dungy in 2009, Caldwell led the Colts to Super Bowl XLIV, where they lost to the Saints. Indianapolis won...

NFL Scouts Talk Anonymously About NFC North Teams

By Athlon Sports, 9 months 3 weeks ago
Minnesota broke Green Bay’s stranglehold on the NFC East last season, and don’t be surprised if these two battle for the top spot again. The Vikings took a wide receiver in the first round of the draft to give quarterback Teddy Bridgewater another weapon and have a young defense that continues to get better. The Packers are hoping their offense will revert to its old form with the...

2014 NFL Mock Draft: A look back

By Braden Gall, 10 months 11 hours ago
We look back at our projections (some hits, some misses) for all 32 picks of the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

2016 NFL Training Camp Dates and Locations

By Mark Ross, 10 months 3 weeks ago
The calendar has turned to July, which means it’s almost time for the NFL to get back to business. The regular season doesn’t start until Sept. 8, but teams will open training camp later this month, officially starting the path for what eventually will lead to Super Bowl LI in NRG Stadium in Houston on Feb. 5, 2017.   NFL fans will get the chance to see the 2016 edition of...

Detroit Lions 2016 Team Preview and Prediction

By Athlon Sports, 10 months 3 weeks ago
Plenty has changed in Detroit, thanks to some serious house-cleaning in the front office and another high-profile roster subtraction. But the problem remains the same for the Lions: They’ve yet to find the recipe for building a consistent winner.   New general manager Bob Quinn, hired in January after spending the last 16 years working with Bill Belichick with the New England...

Detroit Lions Star Wide Receiver Calvin Johnson Unexpectedly Retires

By Antwan Staley, 1 year 3 months ago
In 1999, Detroit Lions star running back Barry Sanders shockingly retired at age 31. Almost 17 years later, another one of the greatest players to wear a Lions jersey unexpectedly retired in the prime of his career. Detroit star wide receiver Calvin Johnson has reportedly told Lions head coach Jim Caldwell and his family that he plans to retire, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter....
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