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

Game Preview-Detroit Lions (7-6) vs Baltimore Ravens (7-6)

Game Preview: Detroit Lions (7-6) vs Baltimore Ravens (7-6) Well, the Browns and the Cowboys did no favors for the Lions this week, which means that Monday’s game is an absolute must win.  Not only is it the last home game of the season and a self-proclaimed “blue-out”, but it is an opportunity to reclaim […]

December 2013 by rwoloshin

What the Detroit Lions must do to beat the Baltimore Ravens

Defense start fast Right now, in the minds of fans, defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham and the defensive squad is the Eagles rushing all over  them in the 4th quarter.  DeAndre Levy correctly stated that the defense played “soft” in the final period.  It is crucial that the defense puts that in the past and returns […]

December 2013 by Paul Mather

Breaking down the opponent: Philadelphia Eagles

The Detroit Lions could possibly wrap up the division in weeks 15 or 16, should they beat the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday (with Bears and Packers losses). The Lions face a hot Eagles side this Sunday on a 4-game win streak. Wins over Oakland, Green Bay, Washington and Arizona have got Philly fighting hard for […]

December 2013 by Paul Mather