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.
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:
We are three weeks into the 2019-2020 NFL season and the Detroit Lions remain undefeated. If I were to tell you in pre-season that we would have two wins heading into week 4, you wouldn't think that those wins were against the Eagles and Chargers. I'm giving an analysis of
Most Lions fans woke up Sunday morning expecting a win or a loss, not a tie. After the Lions blew an 18 point lead heading into the start of the 4th quarter, we headed to over time. After exchanging field goals, time ran out and both teams left winless. For
The Detroit Lions have their season opener on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Last year, our season opener was memorable, but not in the way we wanted. Before we jump into the season, I compare this years opening day roster to last years.
2018: Matthew Stafford, Matt Cassel
2019: Matthew Stafford, Josh
The Lions were able to edge out a win against the Panthers after stopping a potential "game-winning" 2 point conversion attempt. I'll admit after last week the Lions looked like a 3-13 team, after the Bears game I didn't have it in me to write about them. Today the Lions
On the morning of October 25th, a huge trade went down. The Detroit Lions traded for Damon Harrison of the New York Giants. This was shocking, but it became even more shocking once we heard what the Lions had to give up. a 5th round pick. That's all. The Lions