This might have been posted already, I'm curious what you think. Sad situation for Lion fans!!
I think they'll beat st.louis. They play them right after there bye week so that should help.
*Yoshi shakes his crystal ball and watches the snow fly around*
Hmmm ... how odd ... it appears to be stuck on the answer never ....
Well we had a shot to beat the vikings in week 2 but didn't adjust very well in the 2nd half. I had predicted 4 or more wins this year but honestly as long as we don't tie the bucs losing streak I'll be happy. The ones we have a shot at winning are in bold, all division games we have a shot at because we usually play them close.
* Week 3 - Lions vs. Redskins
* Week 4 - Lions @ Bears
* Week 5 - Lions vs. Steelers
* Week 6 - Lions @ Packers
* Week 7 - BYE
* Week 8 - Lions vs. Rams
* Week 9 - Lions @ Seahawks
* Week 10 - Lions @ Vikings
* Week 11 - Lions vs. Browns
* Week 12 - Lions vs. Packers
* Week 13 - Lions @ Bengals
* Week 14 - Lions @ Ravens
* Week 15 - Lions vs. Cardinals
* Week 16 - Lions @ 49ers
* Week 17 - Lions vs Bears
by Richard Ricky Hale 7 years ago
The Lions are now losers of two straight and Matthew Stafford says he is fine after tweaking his ankle. Detroit still has two games against Green Bay and play the Bears one more time. Are they in trouble? Is their game against the Broncos now a must win game?
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
No Peyton Manning. Cam Newton, until today's game anyways, looked like Tom Brady, who...looked Not like Tom Brady today-4 interceptions in one game. A number he had ALL of last season.The Buffalo Bills pulled the rabbit out of a hat today to come from a 21-0 deficit and beat the New England...
by Robert Casto 9 years ago
Should they sit Stafford for the remainder of the year? His shoulder is obviously bothering him, id hat to see him have damage done that will affect the rest of his career. Hes had a good rookie year, let the shoulder heel. sit him. no point in him getting banged up every week.
by Chris Price 6 years ago
Should the Detroit Lions continue to get a Thanksgiving Day game?Detroit is one of a handful of NFL teams to never get to a Super Bowl. They are generally a pretty bad team. Should the NFL continue the tradition of giving them a game on Thanksgiving Day?
by Shari 6 years ago
And Week 12 starts on Thanksgiving day where we have the Texans in Detroit, followed by the Redskins in Dallas and concluding with the Patriots at the Jets.There are a host of crucial games in the NFC as far as the playoff picture is concernedThe Houston Texans, who can clinch a playoff spot,...
by Paul Edmondson 9 years ago
This week I have to catch the NY Giants against the New Orleans Saints. I think Eli is the most underrated quarterback in the NFL.And in college, I'm really looking forward to USC winning big over Notre Dame. I think Oklahoma will beat Texas as well.Those are a couple of great college...
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