Category Archives: football

Seven Things To Do Without the NFL

Missing from the news that the National Football League is planning for a shortened season is the utter lack of outrage emanating from the general public. I get that football is king, but this is no monarchy. You won’t lose … Continue reading

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Is Jim Schwartz Getting a Free Pass?

When you listen to Lions fans on local sports talk radio spew unhappiness about the 2010 version of this team, one thing becomes abundantly clear: They are fiercely protective of Jim Schwartz. After years of putting up with coaches like … Continue reading

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Five Things I Don’t Like About the NFL

Turn on SportsCenter or listen to national sports talk shows on the radio, and one thing becomes abundantly clear: Football rules. Heck, log in to Facebook on a Sunday and see how many of your friends are living and dying … Continue reading

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Cheering fans beat the Detroit Lions.

Jim Schwartz is starting to resemble coaches of Lions’ past, and we’re not talking about Potsy Clark (don’t worry – I had to look him up, too. Not many great coaches to choose from.) While I could focus this blog … Continue reading

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A Rush to Greatness

Placing the Greatness label upon a team in today’s National Football League landscape is a hyperbolic claim made with startling regularity, usually done without the slightest bit of hesitation from the person doing the anointing. Take this year’s version of … Continue reading

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Lions Fans Fear Not Losing

People who live in and around the city of Detroit love to tell the rest of the country how hard we have it. At the height of the Kwame Kilpatrick saga, it was almost as if we took some sort … Continue reading

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