1. Jon Jansen to the Detroit Lions

    According to the Detroit Free Press the Lions have agreed to a one year deal with OT Jon Jansen, pending a physical coming Monday...

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  2. NFC North: The Black and Blue (and Green and Purple) Division

    At times the NFC North is known as the joke of the league, especially when you have a team that goes 0-16. But make no mistake about it, this division is a tough one with great talent and tons of history...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 125 reads 4 comments

  3. The Detroit Lions' Position Battles

    After going 0-16 you knew that there were going to be some changes made to the Detroit Lions. The coaching staff was revamped and along with that personnel changes are bound to happen...

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  4. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (a.k.a. My Favorite Detroit Lions Team)

    A favorite Detroit Lions team?!?! How can I possibly pick this. I've been watching the Lions since I was six, which means I've been watching them since 1990. In that time, they've made the playoffs six times...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 436 reads 3 comments

  5. How To Fill the Detroit Lions Personnel Needs

    History is history, whether bad or good. The 2008 Lions definitley made history but unfortunately it was on the bad side. After a season of going 0-16 you knew changes were coming all around...

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  6. Five Questions for Daunte Culpepper

    Daunte Culpepper is looking to revive his career this year with the Detroit Lions. He came to camp 30 pounds lighter and has looked like he has something to prove...

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  7. The Detroit Lions' Most Effective Plays from 2008

    When you go 0-16 and have the 30th ranked offense and the 32nd ranked defense, their isn't much to choose from in terms of success. The Lions did actually have some effective plays last year that they hope they can build on this year...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 318 reads 1 comments

  8. New Coordinators in Detroit Focus on Aggressiveness

    Can you imagine having to take over the 30th ranked offense? Or for that matter, the 32nd ranked defense? That is what new Detroit Lions coordinator's Scott Linehan and Gunther Cunningham will do this season...

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  9. Why I Became a Detroit Lions Fan

    It hasn't always been easy being a Detroit Lions fan. In fact it has never been easy. I am from Michigan so you could say I am a Lions fan because of my home state, which in all honesty is ...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 423 reads 8 comments

  10. The 2009 Detroit Lions

    After going 0-16, it seems the only way to go is up, but it's going to be steep climb. Everyone knows the story of the 2008 Detroit Lions, but what will the 2009 Lions do? It's a tough question to answer but expectations should be held low...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 402 reads 4 comments

  11. Ranking All 32 Teams in the NFL Draft

    This is a raking of how I thought each team did in the draft based on value of the picks. There will be a best value pick and a biggest reach pick for each team as well...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 3,373 reads 39 comments

  12. 2009 MLB Preview and Predictions

    The 2009 season is upon us and this year the Phillies look to retain their title. The season seems to be wide open with a very even playing field among the teams. Let's take a look at each division...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 143 reads 5 comments

  13. The 100 Greatest MLB Pitchers of All Time (Nos. 25-1)

    This list was made after extensive research into the stats I believed to be the most important when it came to pitchers. I took a list of close to 200 candidates and looked at their career totals in Wins, ERA, WHIP, Saves, and Strikeouts...

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  14. The 100 Greatest MLB Pitchers of All Time (Nos. 50-26)

    This list was made after extensive research into the stats I believed to be the most important when it came to pitchers. I took a list of close to 200 candidates and looked at their career totals in Wins, ERA, WHIP, Saves, and Strikeouts...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 149 reads 27 comments

  15. The 100 Greatest MLB Pitchers of All Time (Nos. 75-51)

    This list was made after extensive research into the stats I believed to be the most important when it came to pitchers. I took a list of close to 200 candidates and looked at their career totals in Wins, ERA, WHIP, Saves, and Strikeouts...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 3,759 reads 19 comments

  16. The 100 Greatest MLB Pitchers of All Time (Nos. 100-76)

    This list was made after extensive research into the stats I believed to be the most important when it came to pitchers. I took a list of close to 200 candidates and looked at their career totals in Wins, ERA, WHIP, Saves, and Strikeouts...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 6,630 reads 12 comments

  17. The 100 Greatest Everyday Players in MLB History (Nos. 25-1)

    This list was made after extensive research of approximately 200 different players. I first focused on the stats I felt were the most important. These stats were AVG, HRs, RBIs, Hits, SBs, OPS, and Fielding Percentage...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 1,349 reads 21 comments

  18. The 100 Greatest Everyday Players in MLB History (Nos. 50-26)

    This list was made after extensive research of approximately 200 different players. I first focused on the stats I felt were the most important. These stats were AVG, HRs, RBIs, Hits, SBs, OPS, and Fielding Percentage...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 821 reads 3 comments

  19. The 100 Greatest Everyday Players in MLB History (Nos. 75-51)

    This list was made after extensive research of approximately 200 different players. I first focused on the stats I felt were the most important. These stats were AVG, HRs, RBIs, Hits, SBs, OPS, and Fielding Percentage...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 619 reads 2 comments

  20. The 100 Greatest Everyday Players in MLB History (Nos. 100-76)

    This list was made after extensive research of approximately 200 different players. I first focused on the stats I felt were the most important. These stats were AVG, HRs, RBIs, Hits, SBs, OPS, and Fielding Percentage...

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  21. Mark McGwire= MLB Hall of Fame

    Once again, the Hall of Fame inductees have come and gone for the year and once again Mark McGwire was left off the ballot. My question is why? The man deserves to be in the Hall of Fame as much as Rickey Henderson or Jim Rice...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 1,661 reads 8 comments

  22. Mock Draft for the 2009 NFL Draft

    Here is my initial Mock Draft for the 2009 NFL Draft. This will change dramatically throughout the year. This is just the first round and eventually I will post a mock of the entire draft. Any comments are welcomed...

    Mike Anderson Written by Mike Anderson about over 5 years ago 634 reads 2 comments