Lions lose Hilliard in Monday Night Game

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!

 

Suh ready to take the field

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!!

Lions working through injuries in OTA’s

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!

 

 

Bush frustrated with Lions lack of discipline

As the Detroit Lions prepare to host the New York Giants, running back Reggie Bush is speaking out about the team’s lack of focus and discipline as it applies to every day game activities.

“It could be from penalties or it could be from turnovers or it could be from how we finished the games in fourth quarters,” the running back said. “It’s not one specific play or moment in a game. It’s the total game. It’s how we play.”

Bush says this after the team has lost control of its playoff destiny by losing four out of the last five games.

“It’s not a coaches’ thing. It’s a players’ thing. We can do a better job all across the board,” Bush said. “As far as an offense standpoint, turn the ball over and that’s the discipline issue, and that’s something we have to correct, because obviously, as you see, it’ll lose you games.”

Let’s see if Bush’s words have lit a fire under his teammates this weekend.  Great tickets and seats are still available!