1. Detroit Lions Face Long Road, Will Surprise Pundits Against Favorites

    The Detroit Lions face a long, treacherous road if they're to achieve their ultimate goal. They will be dissected, criticized and dismissed to no end by writers, commentators, analysts and opposing fans...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about over 2 years ago 1,133 reads 10 comments

  2. Detroit Lions Week 6: Emotional Comeback Falls Just Short

    I sure hope this doesn't end up as 2001 all over again. Remember that year? The Lions were coming off a winning season, but then came Millen...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about over 3 years ago 322 reads 5 comments

  3. Detroit Lions Week 5: Total Team Effort Leads to Blowout Victory

    Well, now that we're not worrying about the Owen XVI curse, let's get back to the unwarranted optimism, shall we? Or should we stay with the historical pessimism? Still too early to call, but I'm leaning toward the optimism...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 569 reads 4 comments

  4. Detroit Lions Quarterly Report Card: Improvements and Disappointments Galore

    It's that time again (to floss? To make bubbles with my spit?). I may not be hosting the Wheel of Morality, but I'm ready to grade the Detroit Lions on their first quarter performance...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 1,640 reads 21 comments

  5. Detroit Lions Week 4: Mistakes Prevent Victory Cigars Against Packers

    Non-believers beware! The Detroit Lions are a dangerous team to overlook. Ask Aaron Rodgers, whose 169 yards passing was the second-worst in his career as the Packers starter...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 313 reads 0 comments

  6. Detroit Lions Week 3: Battered and Beaten, But Not Broken

    Another week, another loss for the Lions. It's hard to be positive when there's a Zero in the win column. It's harder to see other teams like the Rams, Chiefs, Jaguars and Seahawks get unexpected victories while Lions fans only see eggs...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 285 reads 7 comments

  7. Detroit Lions Week 2 Analysis: Missed Opportunities

    Another week, another close loss. After a heartbreaker in Chicago, Detroit played a streaky game against Philadelphia. They were dominant at times; they were doormats at others. Critics are quick to dismiss the Lions as the "Same Old Lions...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 574 reads 12 comments

  8. Detroit Lions-Chicago Bears: Detroit Did Not Deserve To Win This Game

    Well, Week 1 is now in the books for the Detroit Lions. We all know what happened, unless you don't watch sports. Why would you be here?I, like everybody, have my own opinions on that particular play...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 1,943 reads 7 comments

  9. 2010 NFC North Predictions

    The feel of the NFC North has changed tremendously over the last few years. Gone are the days of the "Black and Blue" and gone are the comparisons to the Norris Division.The NFC North has turned into an offensive storm...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 1,313 reads 16 comments

  10. Detroit Lions: Looking at the 2010 Season

    It may be a couple weeks early, but I just went through my 2010 NFL predictions and thought I'd throw my two cents in on the Lions...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 4 years ago 1,345 reads 29 comments

  11. Trading Calvin Johnson Would Be a Terrible Mistake for the Detroit Lions

    Over the past few days, I've been seeing a disturbing idea emerge from the Lions faithful. Many feel that trading Calvin Johnson would be a step in the right direction for this Lions organization, with the hopes that it would move us up in the draft...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about over 4 years ago 542 reads 13 comments

  12. Lions-Bears: Too Many Questions

    The questions keep coming. After a devastating loss against the Chicago Bears, I start wondering if these Lions are improved, or are they the "Same Old Lions." Last week, I was drinking the Kool-Aid...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 5 years ago 245 reads 2 comments

  13. Detroit Lions: Better Than Advertised?

    Step in line, I'm serving up some flavored water.  I'm looking at the Lions schedule and I see possibilities that most find impossible.  I find hope where people are giving up.  I see salvation where others see Flavor-Aid...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 5 years ago 483 reads 4 comments

  14. Matt Stafford Remaining the Lions' Starter Is the Right Choice by Jim Schwartz

    Coulda, shoulda, woulda. We need to pound the rock more. We need to wrap up on our tackles. My dead grandma could play quarterback for the Detroit Lions. We need to get seven in the red zone, not three...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 5 years ago 382 reads 5 comments

  15. Lions-Saints: Finding Some Positives

    We lost big time to a certain playoff team in the New Orleans Saints. I like seeing that the coach puts up a front of "everybody sucked", but is it really that bad? Sure, we gave up the most ...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about almost 5 years ago 414 reads 7 comments

  16. Red Wings-Penguins: Despite Disappointment, Detroit Will Not Disappear

    First off, congratulations to the Pittsburgh Penguins. It was a hard-fought series and you played hockey the way it was meant to be played. However, the Wings will be back. They have proven time and again that they will never ride off into the sunset..

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about 5 years ago 190 reads 12 comments

  17. Red Wings-Penguins: A Game Seven For the Ages

    This is the NHL. This is Game Seven. But this is not just any Game Seven, this is a Game Seven that many fans have never seen and may not see for years to come. This Game Seven involves two teams in a rematch...

    Benjita The Sane Written by Benjita The Sane about 5 years ago 258 reads 1 comments