The Detroit Lions Top 5 Free Agent Needs This Offseason

A lot of the improvement an NFL team can make from season to season is usually created by key free agency adds during the offseason. Needless to say, the Detroit Lions front office have provided a couple of great off-seasons the past two years. Players such as Glover Quin and Golden Tate have provided big-play, Pro … Read more

5 Best Options for the Detroit Lions First Draft Pick

The Detroit Lions hold the 23rd pick in the first round of 2015 NFL Draft. The Lions have many needs going into this off-season with defensive line, cornerback and offensive line heading the list. Here are five players that the Lions could potentially target come April’s draft. Todd Gurley II – Junior RB University of Georgia 6′ … Read more

Joe Montana Believes Matthew Stafford Has What It Takes

When a Hall of Famer and four-time Super Bowl player speaks, you listen. That player speaking is former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, who believes that Matthew Stafford’s best days as quarterback for the Detroit Lions are still ahead of him. “I think he’s got a great career ahead of him,” said Montana. “I … Read more

The Best of Matthew Stafford

[tps_header]Love him or hate him, Matthew Stafford is the quarterback of your Detroit Lions, and it isn’t looking like he will be leaving anytime soon. Stafford has his moments where we wonder about him, but when he is on, that is when beautiful things happen. I, for one, think we don’t give him enough credit. So, here is the … Read more

Report: Joe Marciano Accepts Special Teams Coordinator Position With Lions

According to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans, Minnesota Vikings assistant, Joe Marciano has accepted the special teams coordinator position with the Detroit Lions. Veteran special teams coordinator Joe Marciano has accepted same position w/ Detroit Lions per source. — Thayer Evans (@ThayerEvansCR) February 7, 2015 Apparently the Lions are not wasting any time to replace former … Read more

Charles Woodson Wants Suh To Join Him In Oakland

Oakland Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson wants to help the team get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2002, and he wants Ndamukong Suh to help. “I don’t think there’s a team in the NFL that wouldn’t want to see Ndamukong Suh on their team,” Woodson said. “I know I would be no … Read more

Marshall Faulk Blasts Matthew Stafford

If you are a die-hard supporter of Matthew Stafford, I am giving you this one opportunity to stop reading before you throw something through a wall. 5…. 4…. 3…. 2…. 1, okay, your time is up. Are you still there? Time to drop the bomb. Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk believes that the … Read more

Detroit Lions and rest of NFL react on Twitter to worst call ever

When Pete Carroll called a pass on the Seattle Seahawks last offensive play of the game, and it was intercepted, Twitter exploded. Here is a list of tweets from current and former NFL players. I tried to find as many as I could from the Detroit Lions, though they seemed to stay pretty quiet, at … Read more

Video: Havard Rugland aka Kickalicious Has Returned

Havard Rugland, better known as “Kickalicious”, has released a new video as part of a sponsorship with Pepsi. This time around, Rugland is making his tricks in Norway, and boy does it have some nice scenery in it. The video is proof why “Kickalicious”  is well known as a kicking savant. If you’re a Detroit Lions … Read more

Seahawks Coordinator Kippy Brown Has a Theory About the Detroit Lions

One decision by the Detroit Lions’ front office resulted in Detroit having not only the worst season in NFL history, but likely in all of sports. Former Lions assistant coach Kippy Brown believes that 0-16 could have been prevented. Speaking to The Free Press on Tuesday, Brown, who is currently  the Seahawks receivers coach, stated … Read more

Top 5 Off-Season Priorities for the Detroit Lions

Top 5 Off-Season Priorities for the Detroit Lions

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It’s that time of year again Lions fans! While the Super Bowl is right around the corner, our boys have been sent home to enjoy the off-season. The Detroit Lions did see a resurgence under the leadership of Jim Caldwell in his first year as the Lions head coach. Under Caldwell,  Detroit emerged as one of the most dominant defenses in the NFL however, costly penalties dove while team composure rose, and we made the playoffs. There is a bright future ahead of us fans, but this off-season will be the most important of GM Martin Mayhew’s career. Here are the Detroit Lions Top 5 off-season priorities.