The trip to Ford Field for a nine-year-old is an anxiety-filled experience, especially if it is your first.
It starts on the road. A three-hour drive from Stevensville to Detroit that feels like a lifetime. The anticipation slowly creeps up in the back of your mind as your dad explains the
The people born in Kahuku, Hawaii are guaranteed two things; enough sun to last ten lifetimes and high-quality football. Lions super-fan Chris Salts has been spoiled with both.
Kahuku High School has won eight Division-I state football championships since 2000. They've appeared in eleven. During Chris's time attending Kahuku High, he got to witness two
The Lions have a few months to dwindle their roster down to 53 players from the 90 it currently sits at, but that doesn't mean we can't take a stab at it right now. Yesterday we took a look at the offensive side, now let's turn our focus to the
The Lions have a few months to dwindle their roster down to 53 players from the 90 it currently sits at, but that doesn't mean we can't take a stab at it right now.
Today we'll be taking a look at the offense. At first glance, this offense seems absolutely loaded.
If you've ever looked over in section 115 while attending a game at Ford Field, chances are you've seen two bearded dudes decked out in blue robes with fur collars, sunglasses, a ton of chains, and blue top hats with a silver ribbon.
They do this every game, every year. Why?
Earlier today we had an article about Nate Burleson and how he believes the Lions will have the best rushing attack in the NFC North. This got us thinking about the group as a whole.
Kerryon Johnson will likely start off as the lead back, but could get overthrown by D'Andre
Best RB Group in the division?
Since former Lions WR Nate Burleson has retired from the NFL, he's climbed up the ranks as a TV sports analyst. He's been a co-host of GMFB on NFL Network for the past 4 years, is an analyst on CBS Sports, and is also a correspondent for
The Detroit Lions rookie numbers were released earlier today. We can now picture what they will look like on game day (to some extent). While Jeff Okudah and D'Andre Swift will have to change their numbers before the regular season per the NFL rules, it will still be cool to see
We finally have some numbers!
The Detroit Lions have finally dropped their rookie numbers for their 2020 NFL draft class. While most players will most likely keep their assigned numbers after the preseason (Assuming they make the roster), there are two that will be forced to change.
The numbers are as follows:
There's a lot of bad stuff going on in the world right now. I'm sure you're sick of hearing bad news. I'm sick of hearing bad news. It's everywhere and good luck trying to run away from it.
Usually, when bad stuff happens in the world and in our lives, we