1. Detroit Lions: How the Lions Will Do in 2011 Without Mikel Leshoure

    The injury to Mikel Leshoure was a huge blow to every Lions fan. Ever since the Lions traded up to get him, we have been salivating over the prospect of pairing the elusive Jahvid ...

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  2. Detroit Lions Free Agency 2011: New York Jets Brodney Pool Is Still Available

    The Detroit Lions have already put together a great free agency in which they have not broken the bank but still added impact players in positions of need. Nevertheless, free agency is not yet over and the Lions still have a few positions of need...

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  3. 5 Reasons Why the Detroit Lions Should Not Trade for Eagles CB Asante Samuel

    Without a doubt the Eagles have had one of the greatest free agencies ever. They ripped off the Cardinals , added the best cornerback in the league and signed one of the best defensive tackles...

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  4. Detroit Lions Should Trade for Philadelphia Eagles' Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

    With the shock blockbuster move that culminated with Nnamdi Asomugha taking his talents to Philadelphia, the Eagles suddenly have a surplus of talent at cornerback...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about 3 years ago 1,666 reads 6 comments

  5. What Houston's Signing of Johnathan Joeseph Means to the Lions Free Agency Plan

    No Detroit Lions fan wanted to hear it. The news that Johnathan Joseph had agreed to a deal with the Houston Texans was awful to hear for Lions fans who were salivating over acquiring him and Stephen Tulloch to complete out defense...

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  6. Detroit Lions Free Agency 2011: 5 More Bargain Players the Lions Could Target

    Since the first bargain free agent article I wrote has become largely irrelevant due to the signings of James Anderson, Quincy Black and Josh Wilson to deals with the Carolina Panthers , Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about 3 years ago 2,235 reads 2 comments

  7. Detroit Lions Sign Jacksonville Jaguars Linebacker Justin Durant

    According to the Chicago Tribune , the Lions have just signed outside linebacker Justin Durant to a two-year deal...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about 3 years ago 1,933 reads 18 comments

  8. Detroit Lions Free Agency 2011: 5 Bargain Players the Detroit Lions Could Target

    Every NFL team would love to sign a player like Nnamdi Asomugha, and every year there is that one superstar free agent who would improve any team. In 2009 it was Albert Haynesworth...

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  9. Detroit Lions Can Build a Dynasty in the Mold of the Other Great NFL Teams

    The Detroit Lions franchise has been shrouded by mediocrity for decades, but it seems that finally hope is rising from that oppressive mist...

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  10. Mikel Leshoure: What Can the Detroit Lions Expect from Rookie RB in 2011?

    Along with all the selections the Lions made in the 2011 NFL Draft , the pick of Mikel Leshoure in the second round has captured the interest of the Lions faithful...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about 3 years ago 2,938 reads 40 comments

  11. Jeff Backus: Why the Detroit Lions Left Tackle Should Convert to Right Guard

    Jeff Backus has been a stalwart for the Lions at left tackle, where he has started 160 consecutive games at the most demanding position on the offensive line...

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  12. Detroit Lions: Why Stats Lie in Regard to Offensive Line's 2010 Performance

    "Stats never lie." This is one of the most popular and widely accepted fallacies in all of sports journalism, and while may be very useful for quantifying analysis, their context remains paramount to their usefulness...

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  13. 2012 NFL Draft: 10 Players the Detroit Lions Should Consider Drafting Early

    We took this beaming young man with the first pick of the 2011 draft, and although it is too early to start speculating about the 2012 draft, the lack of free agency has taken away most of the avenues for discussion at this part of the off-season...

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  14. Matthew Stafford and the 5 NFL Quarterbacks with the Strongest Throwing Arms

    Although it by no means guarantees success, quarterbacks blessed with abnormally strong arms are coveted by offensive coordinators and most of all scouts...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about 3 years ago 47,650 reads 26 comments

  15. NFL Player Safety: The Case for Banning Helmets and Why It Could Make American Football Safer

    This is a vital disclaimer for every fan about to comment to read the article: I will be writing another article soon about why banning helmets may not be able to make the game safer...

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  16. Detroit Lions Pick Vontae Davis in 2009 NFL Draft and Resulting Changes

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and this time I will use it to reveal what would have happened if the Detroit Lions took Vontae Davis instead of Brandon Pettigrew in the 2009 NFL draft...

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  17. Detroit Lions: Why They Make the NFC North the Strongest Division in the NFL

    For a long time, the Detroit Lions have been one of the cellar-dwellers of the NFL . However, with their recent return to relevance, the NFC North has just become the top division ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about over 3 years ago 1,894 reads 37 comments

  18. Detroit Lions 2009 NFL Draft: Derrick Williams over Mike Wallace Analysis

    The Lions 2009 draft will go down as a great one if Matthew Stafford keeps healthy. However, it could have been a whole lot better...

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  19. Detroit Lions: Why Defensive End Could Be Their Greatest Strength in 2011 Season

    Lawrence Jackson. Kyle Vanden Bosch. Cliff Avril. Turk McBride. The Detroit Lions have four proven defensive ends coming into the 2011 season, and look set to create as much carnage on the outside of the offensive line as the inside...

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  20. Detroit Lions: Why the Lions Will Not Make the Playoffs in 2011

    The Detroit Lions Bleacher Report page has been swamped by optimism. With the post-draft grades and Pro Bowl predictions, you start to get the impression that the Lions are going to be, at the very least, making a deep playoff run in 2011...

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  21. Detroit Lions: Which Players Will They Be Sending to the Pro Bowl in 2012?

    For far too long, the Lions were snubbed from the Pro Bowl. Whether this streak was justified, it was ended last year when Calvin Johnson and Ndamukong Suh were voted into the Pro Bowl...

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  22. NFL Draft 2011: Roles, Predictions and Expectations for Detroit Lions Rookies

    Looking as suave as ever, Detriot Lions GM just pulled off what looks to be another great draft for the Lions...

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  23. Detroit Lions 2011 NFL Draft: Delayed Thoughts on Nick Fairley and Company

    Nick Fairley instead of Prince Amukamara. Mikel Leshoure over Brandon Harris. These are the reasons why I have maintained radio silence since the draft...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Ben Lorimer about over 3 years ago 1,578 reads 8 comments

  24. 2011 NFL Draft: Cam Newton, Mark Ingram and the Best Players at Each Position

    With less than two weeks until the draft, excitement levels in the NFL community are reaching fever pitch. For my part, I think it is time to once again tackle the challenge of who really is the top dog at each position...

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  25. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Detroit Lions 7-Round Projections

    Protecting this man and putting some starch in their back seven will be the goal of the Lions come draft day in 2011, and since that great day is fast approaching, I think it is time ...

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