A new era of Detroit Lions football kicks off Friday at Ford Field. There’s another new GM and head coach, and Matthew Stafford won’t be starting at quarterback.
Hey, Lions fans! The 2021 schedule was released last week. While we look forward to every game, a few catch the eye right away.
The Detroit Lions are in a good spot ahead of this year’s NFL Draft.
The Detroit Lions are now 3-5, and one of the many questions facing the team is the performance of the offense and play of quarterback Matthew Stafford.
It was a quiet trade deadline for the Detroit Lions as they opted to mostly stay put with what they had. They added one player last week, but decided against trading anyone away, or adding anyone else.
The Detroit Lions are 3-3 after back-to-back wins following their bye week. They won improbably against Atlanta after a complete, comfortable win against Jacksonville the week before.
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is hosting a new physically-distant but socially-connected fundraiser, #BeingApartTogether, on Friday (Oct. 16).
The Detroit Lions picked up their first win thanks to their best defensive performance of the year.
While it’s been a rough start, there have been moments when the Detroit Lions have looked good before the all-too-familiar collapses took over.
When the Detroit Lions take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday, they’ll be facing an opposing quarterback in Mitch Trubisky who has posted eye-popping numbers against them.
After another long offseason that included doubts about the season being played because of the coronavirus we’re now less than two weeks away from NFL season kicking off and another year of Detroit Lions football.