Nate Burleson will return to Ford Field this August

Lions’ 2014 Preseason Schedule Released

Nate Burleson is returning to Detroit.  Sorry, no he has signed for the Browns, but they’ll be playing their first preseason game at Ford Field in August.  The Lions will host Cleveland in Week 1, visit Oakland in Week 2, host Jacksonville in Week 3 and visit Buffalo in Week 4 on Aug. 28.

1 weeks ago by Paul Mather
898 receiving yards in 2013

Golden Tate the highlight of off-season squad changes

With 2-and-a-half months of the off-season out of the way, and only 3 weeks to go until the draft, it’s time to review Detroit’s moves so far.   Offense The Lions re-signed Joique Bell, Kris Durham, Kevin Ogletree and Jeremy Ross.  They also signed Golden Tate from the Seattle Seahawks.  Bell was a definite positive […]

2 weeks ago by Paul Mather

Detroit Lions Free Agency: That silence you hear is nothing happening.

Well, 6 or so weeks have gone since the last time I wrote on Lions 360.  Being a proud optimistic Lions fan partly means grieving the previous season (surely every Lions fan must partly agree with that last sentence!).  However, being a Lions blogger, a Lions tweeter and a firm believer in ‘there’s always next […]

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Free Agency Prospect: CB Alterraun Verner

You may disagree with me, but I just feel like the Lions are strong at the safety position. Delmas is clearly a vocal leader and Glover Quinn was a good pickup in early 2013. So then, to do what surely all Lions fans have been screaming for for years, to bolster the secondary, it leaves […]

January 2014 by Paul Mather

Lions agree to terms with Jim Caldwell to be the next Head Coach

Former Baltimore Ravens Offensive Coordinaor Jim Caldwell has replaced Jim Schwartz as Head Coach of the Detroit Lions. After Ken Wisenhunt was signed as Head Coach for the Tennessee Titans, the Lions had to make a secondary move and signed Jim Caldwell. Jim Caldwell was OC for the Ravens during their Superbowl run in February […]

January 2014 by Paul Mather

Head Coach Schwartz fired in major shake-up

The Jim Schwartz era is over. Coach Schwartz was relieved of his duties this morning, after the team finished a disappointing campaign 7-9. The Lions had been 6-3 with the NFC North title seemingly in the bag, before a late season collapse sealed the end of Schwartz’s tenure. This followed the team’s dismal 0-8 finish […]

December 2013 by Paul Mather

Final Score: Detroit Lions 13 – Minnesota Vikings 14

The Lions’ disappointing season was capped off by a loss to the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday. Yet another 4th quarter lead was blown, which leaves the Lions finishing at 7-9, third in the division. Elsewhere in the division, the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears to take the NFC North title.

December 2013 by Paul Mather

Detroit Lions hope to end season on positive note

The Detroit Lions travel to Minnesota today to play the Minnesota Vikings in the final game of the season. The Lions and Vikings have both struggled this season and have under achieved. The Detroit Lions in actives include Calvin Johnson, which means the offence will be a looking for someone else to step up. Look for more than a few Lions players to be out there playing for a job next season including Kevin Olgetree. Look for Nate Burleson to have a solid game, as Nate will become Stafford’s number one target with Calvin Johnson being out.

After the game today expect the Lions to head back to Detroit and expect changes coming Monday morning. The management could look to replace coaches and well as some players for next season. Lions fans always stick by the team, and expect Lions nation to be looking for changes after this season.


Back-to-back let downs will probaby lead to Schwartz’s departure

If you’ve been a Lions fan for at least a few seasons you can’t help but feel let down after yet another disappointing season. This 1-5 slide gets coupled right with the 0-8 finish last year to leave you with the conclusion that Jim Schwartz will be gone come next Monday. And I welcome it. […]

December 2013 by Paul Mather