Posts Tagged ‘Reggie Bush’

Ten Things the Lions Must Improve

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Mr. Lionblood needs to come back strong

Kent Lee Platte, DLD writer

Expectations are generally not that high for a team coming off a 4-12 season.  If that team goes into its bye week 5-3 with the projected easiest schedule in the NFL, suddenly expectations are very high.  Just looking at how the Lions have played in 2013 and how the teams they have left on their schedule have played, a 10-6 season should be a given and in fact should probably be a disappointment since that might not even be enough to secure a playoff spot.  (more…)


Lions Pull off the Amazing Win

Sunday, October 27th, 2013

Kent Lee Platte, DLD Writer

The first half of the Lions home game against the Cowboys saw the Lions Offensive line bullying the Boys all over the field.  Calvin Johnson dominated Brandon Carr.  Dez Bryant was a non factor for almost the entire first half. The Lions Defensive Line was getting consistent pressure on Tony Romo.  The Lions DBs were getting into the backfield with regularity, blowing any chance for the Cowboys to get a run game going.  And yet, the Lions headed into the half down by 3 points after Matthew Stafford threw two back-breaking interceptions, one of which was returned for a  TD.  The second half was more of the same.

For close to 59 minutes, the Lions just couldn’t catch a break.  They would drive down the field and score, bringing the deficit to three only to break down in coverage and allow a long TD.  Then again.  Finally, with barely over a minute left in the game, Matthew Stafford got the ball with two time outs left.  Magic ensued.  (more…)


Six Hidden Matchups in the Lions Revenge Game in Arizona

Saturday, September 14th, 2013

Beanie Wells scored 3 TDs last year against the Lions (photo Christian Peters/Getty Images)

Kent Lee Platte, DLD Writer

Much of the hype for the Lions week 2 matchup against the Cardinals centers around a few common themes.  Everyone wants to see if Calvin Johnson can replicate his stat line from last season against an improved Patrick Peterson.  Can Reggie Bush follow up his strong first outing?  Will the Lions get revenge for their embarrassing defeat at the hands of an inferior Arizona team in 2012?  Once again I’m going to look a little deeper, however, to find some of the matches you might not be looking for.  The under the radar battles that will be happening tomorrow afternoon that could mean the difference between a win or a loss in hostile territory.  (more…)


10 Observations from the Win Over Minnesota

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Nate Burleson showed he’s not done yet (Photo from blogs.sheex.com)


By Beast, DLD Contributor

The Lions started out with a whimper and it looked like the trends from last season would continue with dumb penalties and miscues where they looked like the better team but the scoreboard doesn’t show it. At second half, they turned it around and put up a quality performance that we all expected before the season started. It was kind of a must win game because it’s a divisional opponent and both the Packers and Bears faced tough opponents to start out with. Obviously, the Bears won, but it put the Lions in good position in terms of NFC North standing.
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Six Hidden Matchups in the Lions Opener against Minnesota

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

Kent Lee Platte, DLD Writer

You’ve probably already seen the matchups you expected to.  Reggie Bush vs. the Vikings Linebackers.  Suh/Fairley vs. the Vikes Oline.  Hey, we’ve even got the annual smack talk between Jared Allen and whichever Lion is playing LT (Riley Reiff takes Jeff Backus’ old spot).  Those matchups are all good, and will surely be front and center during the Lions’ season opener.  Since you’ve already heard all of those, however, I’m going to point to a few matchups that we will also see in all its football glory, but maybe aren’t what you’d expect to be looking for.  Some of them I am surprised I haven’t seen mentioned more often, but all of them could have game changing implications not only for the outcome of this one game; but also for the outcome of the season if the team continues to win these battles.  They may be a little fringe, but they’re important nonetheless. (more…)


Lions/Browns notes

Friday, August 16th, 2013

 

Jeff Risdon, DLD Editor

The second preseason game saw Detroit hop over Lake Erie to Cleveland. They travelled there in body anyways, but not in spirit. Detroit was lifeless, undisciplined, and maddening to watch in a 24-6 blowout loss. (more…)






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