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Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by detteam, Aug 22, 2009.
statistically...the Lions are 5th in offense and 7th in defense in the NFL...after 3 weeks...
- DanO should be loads of fun for HTexans.
- Culpep ripped his toe so the Lions picked up Brooks Bollinger and O'connell from the Pats. Oh, and Stanton ripped his knee and needs about 3-6 weeks repair.
And about 25th in scoring defense.
Stanton cannot catch a break. Knee surgery. Damn. Lions' Stanton has torn knee cartilage - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
... of the pre-season.
I'm offended. Ford can't even win the award for worst owner? FIX!!! '09 owner rankings, 17-32: Dysfunctional Davis - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
all 3 teams below the lions have been to the superbowl.... 2 in the recent past....
No previous mention of it tonight, but the Lions did actually win a yawner tonight over the Bills... Bollinger stepped in to relieve Stafford...what happen to Drew Stanton?? Last season the Lions were 4-0 in the preseason and 0-16 in the regular season. This year they go 3-1 in the preason...can someone interpolate how many wins this will turn into? I am thinking 4-12...
I don't see them winning one til November. At least they'll be better than last season.
I guess I was behind in the news and didn't read back in this thread to see that Stanton had torn his knee cartilage..
249 yd rush, a 75 ydr late,KS didn't play. Staff with a pick and fumble. Bollinger may be better. QB problems !!!
Lions averaged 394 yards gained per game in the preseason. #1 in the NFL Offense Lions averaged 299 yards allowed per game in the prerseason. #8 in the NFL Defense Go Lions...
Our starters got beat but our second string won. I think this means our second string = our starters =/= opponents starters
Yeah, but how many of those yards were Stanton yards and now he's injured
Yeah, I know...That's why I think they won't win til November.
Per ESPN Stafford has been officially named the starting QB Injury to follow (er more news).
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