1. 2011 NFL Draft: Detroit Lions's Picks Filled Something Other Than Roster Spots

    Its been a long time since I’ve posted anything in this space, but I think now is a good time to come back. Nothing fuels the creative juices more than a good debate...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about over 3 years ago 1,172 reads 29 comments

  2. Albert Haynesworth and Detroit Lions Just Does Not Add Up

    Detroit Lions: Albert Haynesworth is not worth the trouble. I’m not sure how many of you are familiar with Japanese anime. Honestly, besides two shows, I don’t really get into it much...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about over 4 years ago 926 reads 19 comments

  3. Detroit Lions' Troubles: Running Backs Aren't Team's Only Problem

    I understand the best part of being a Detroit Lions fan is the offseason speculation. It brings me no greater joy in the absence of winning than playing Armchair GM, coach, and coordinator...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about almost 5 years ago 1,251 reads 9 comments

  4. Detroit Lions: Outside-the-Box Thinking on Draft Day

    With a mind like mine, where mental flatulence is more common than brainstorms, it's caution beware when ideas start to form. With the disclaimer out of the way, here is something I would like to share and draw feedback on...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about almost 5 years ago 1,422 reads 61 comments

  5. Detroit Lions Need to Let Go of the Past and Focus on the Future in 2010

    The breakup is over. It has been over for almost two years. At some point we need to get off the couch, put down the ice cream and quit feeding our emotions. The guy wasn’t a knight in shining armor, as was advertised...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about almost 5 years ago 557 reads 7 comments

  6. Jim Caldwell: Thanks For Resting the Starters

    I can understand why the Indianapolis Colts decided to rest their starters. What I do not understand, however, was why not pull the starters with a bigger lead. Not to take anything away from the Jets, but this was a mismatch...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about almost 5 years ago 240 reads 0 comments

  7. Bryant Johnson: Why The Lions Should Release Him

    I'm going to keep this post short for the simple fact that sometimes words just get in the way. I read a stat here that completely blew my mind. Bryant Johnson has gone 9 straight games with 2 or fewer catches...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about almost 5 years ago 784 reads 29 comments

  8. Kevin Smith Getting a Bad Rap

    It kills me when fans and even Coach Schwartz complains that the team is lacking big plays from the ground game. The reason it bothers me so is because the Lions, for all the talk about becoming ...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about almost 5 years ago 277 reads 7 comments

  9. Detroit Lions: You Can Win For Losing. Really.

    It's pretty obvious by now isn't it? The Detroit Lions do not know how to win. We don't need to decipher the Da Vinci Code or the Kryptos structure at the CIA to figure that out. The team seems hell-bent on reminding us of the fact...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 306 reads 5 comments

  10. Detroit Lions: Right Players, Wrong Timing

    Oh, what it's like to be a Lions fan. What a maddening thing when you live in a world of high draft picks and low scores. When management consistently misses on can't-miss prospects and possible late-round gems turn out to be polished coal...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 580 reads 2 comments

  11. Detroit Lions Fans: Be Upset, Just Be Smart About It

    OK, so you're upset. Your team just lost to the winless Rams, which is inexcusable. I get it. I really do. What I do not get, however, is the reason Matthew Stafford is the point of that criticism...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 146 reads 10 comments

  12. Detroit Lions: First Quarter Grades

    Average. That's the best way I can put it. After four games, the Lions are an average football team. As a fan, I couldn't be happier. Look, this team starts four, and depending on what happens at linebacker, maybe five rookies...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  13. Detroit Lions: First Quarter Grades

    Four games down, 12 games to go.A quarter of the way through the season and what have we learned?Hmmm, Matthew Stafford is better than we (read: I) first believed...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 220 reads 1 comments

  14. Detroit Lions: Let The Youth Movement Begin!

    Lets see if I this analogy works. Ever heard of the guy who meets this great girl? This girl is loving, but guarded. She has this huge wall built from past relationships...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 113 reads 2 comments

  15. Hey, Detroit Lions, I Have One Simple Question: WTF?

    WTF? All the other questions have been asked. Why did we draft Stafford? Why isn't Culpepper starting (my personal favorite)? A tight end at pick 20? In the first round? Really? All of those ...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 537 reads 3 comments

  16. The Detroit Lions Will Finish at .500

    The 2009-10 Detroit Lions will finish at .500. Well, at least they should finish at .500 No. Screw that. They will win 8 games this season. Ah, what do I know? But let’s hope they can make it to ...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 127 reads 0 comments

  17. Matthew Stafford Vs. Daunte Culpepper: Flash Versus Substance

    As we call can tell from the dead horse's bruised and battered flesh, there has been plenty of discussion about the QB situation in Detroit. But when a team goes 0-16 and has five different starters during that span, it's kind of understandable...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 2,317 reads 2 comments

  18. Detroit Lions: Why Culpepper Should Start

    Competition. We all love competition, don't we? We love to watch two combatants match wits or muscles to prove who the alpha male or female is. The tighter the competition, the better it is...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about 5 years ago 453 reads 21 comments

  19. Detroit Lions Offensive Line: Under More Pressure From Fans Than Blitzes

    As a Bruce Willis type Lions fan, what I am about to say next may shock some of you. Possibly leave you feeling I should be thrown in assisted living for the rest of my days, but hear me out...

    Chris Steward Written by Chris Steward about over 5 years ago 45 reads 0 comments