LOOK: Detroit Lions move up in 2019 NFL Draft

We have had some time to digest it but the Detroit Lions Thanksgiving Day performance against the Chicago Bears definitely caused some indigestion for many Lions’ fans.

With the loss, the Lions are now 4-7 and though they are technically still alive for the playoffs, it is certainly a long-shot.

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So, let’s look ahead to the 2019 NFL Draft, where the Lions moved up two spots from last week to No. 8 in the first round.

If No. 8 is not good enough for you, don’t worry, the Lions still have plenty of opportunities to move up, especially if they continue to play the way they have.


ESPN’s Paul Finebaum absolutely RIPS Jim Harbaugh following embarrassing defeat

It was an ugly scene at the Horseshoe in Columbus on Saturday – at least, if you were a Michigan Wolverines fan.

The Ohio State Buckeyes ransacked the Wolverines by a 62-39 final score, officially knocking Michigan from playoff contention. This means the fourth year in a row that they’ve failed to qualify for the CFP under head coach Jim Harbaugh, who also dropped to 0-4 against Ohio State.

With the loss, Michigan ended their year with a 10-2 record and a pair of Top 10 teams as the only losses on the season. Meanwhile, Ohio State moves on to face Northwestern in the Big Ten Championship game.

Never known to back down from his opinion, ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum absolutely ripped Harbaugh following the loss, which he described as “cataclysmic” because of its implications within the rivalry and Big Ten Championship

“We’re four years in now,” Finebaum said after the game. “And if you couldn’t beat this Ohio State team with Urban Meyer, … you’re not going to beat them….

To read the rest of Finebaum’s quote, please click on the link below.

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