MUST LISTEN! Dan Miller’s radio call of Detroit Lions game-winning TD is perfection

For the most part, not too many people picked the Detroit Lions to beat the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Who could blame them? After all, the Lions went into the game on a 3-game losing skid and they were without T.J. Lang (Reserve-injured) and Marvin Jones, who missed the game with an injured knee.

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But, as you know, the Lions always find a way to confuse us and that’s exactly what they did on Sunday afternoon as they defeated the Panthers 20-19 to move to 4-6 on the season.

One person who was extremely excited to see the Lions pull out the big win was Dan Miller who had the call on WJR.

Take a listen as Miller goes crazy when Matthew Stafford connects with Kenny Golladay for what ended up being the game-winning touchdown.


In case you missed it, here is what the play looked like on television.

There is no question about it, Golladay has a chance to be one special talent.


Dylan Larkin has message for Detroit Red Wings’ fans who doubted team

Let’s face it, after the Detroit Red Wings started off 1-7-2, many fans immediately wrote the season off and started to talk about tanking. The goal for many fans quickly became losing as much as possible so the team would get a better chance at the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NHL Draft.

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But that was then and this is now. After Saturday’s 3-2 overtime win over the New Jersey Devils, the Red Wings have now won 8 of 10 and sit at 9-9-2 on the season. Yet there are still plenty of fans who are shaking their head each and every time the Red Wings win another game.

Following the game, Dylan Larkin, who scored the game-winner against the Devils, spoke to the media and he had a message for those who doubted the Red Wings.

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