There are very few teams in the NFL with a rivalry as rich as the Lions and Bears. They have been playing each other since 1930 when the Lions were known as The Spartans. The Bears won that first match up, 7-6 and have a lead in the all time series, 83-62-5.
The Lions are hoping to break a two game losing streak, the most recent loss last week in a 9-34 drubbing by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
This year, the Lions (7-4) are the favorites going into the game on Turkey day with the over/under at 47.5 points but will have to get back on track offensively.
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After only being able to muster six points against the NFL’s top team, the Arizona Cardinals, last week, the coaching staff are looking to modify the playbook some. The Lions are the only team in the NFL with a winning record yet ranking in the bottom ten in scoring in the league.
Offensive Coordinator Joe Lombardi is looking to simplify the play calling.
“You have a certain number of calls or maybe you get this one play repped against one or maybe two defenses, so if you have less calls you can kind of show more situations and you’re not just talking about them,” Lombardi told the Detroit Free Press. “It’s just a matter of practicing fewer plays and then they’re able to handle all the different looks that come up.”
After losing to the Cardinals 6-14, the Lions will now face the hard-charging New England Patriots in Foxborough. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now!
After losing a close game at home to the Buffalo Bills 17-14, the Detroit Lions (3-2) are preparing to hit the road as they face the 2-3 Minnesota Vikings.
The Vikings are coming off a 10-42 blowout at the hands of the Green Bay Packers and are looking to pick up their second home victory of the season.
Plenty of great seats and cheap tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now!
Opening Monday Night Football is always a great thing. Opening with a victory is even sweeter. But for the Detroit Lions, that sweetness has a tinge of sour after learning that OL Corey Hilliard will be out for probably the rest of the year after suffering a Lisfranc injury along with torn ligaments in his foot. The team also place CB Bill Bentley on IR after he suffered a torn ACL.
The Lions embarassed the New York Giants Monday night 14-35 and next face the Carolina Panthers on the road. Great seats and cheap tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now and support your Detroit Lions!
The Detroit Lions have made another round of cuts that brings their team total down to 75 before Tuesday’s mandatory deadline. Those waived include Kicker Giorgio Tavecchio, Cornerbacks Jonte Green & Aaron Hester, Fullback Chad Abram and Quarterback James Franklin.
In game three of the preseason, the Lions defeated the Jaguars bringing their preseason record to 2-1 with a victory over the Browns and a one point loss to the Raiders.
The Lions fourth preseason game will be this Thursday on the road against the Buffalo Bills. Great seats and cheap tickets are still available so get yours now!
According the Ndamukong Suh’s personal trainer Mike Barwis, when Suh hits the field for training camp, he will be a “physical specimen.”
“Ndamukong is a stud,” said Barwis, “… He trains very, very hard. Guys finish up the workouts, and he’s the guy in there who stays extra to condition beyond what’s demanded of him, and these workouts are pretty hellacious. A guy like that is a pretty unique guy. … He knows what he has to do to be ready, and I think he’s proven that every year he’s been ready.”
The Lions open the Preseason against the Cleveland Browns on August 9th. Plenty of great seats and cheap tickets still remain! Get yours today!!
With only two OTA’s left, the Detroit Lions are hoping to get through them without any further injury to the squad. With eight OTA’s under their belts and two left, a number of players have had to observe due to injury. To date injuries include:
- WR Golden Tate
- LB Kyle Van Noy
- TE Joseph Fauria
- RB Joique Bell
- WR Chris Durham
- DE Ziggy Ansah
- DE Jason Jones
- LB Kyle Van Noy
- S James Ihedigbo
Be sure to get your tickets to the Lions upcoming season as they will go quickly!