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VoiceoftheLions

  • joined Jun 15, 2009
  • last login Nov 01, 2009
  • posts 17
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Jason Hanson: A Hall of Fame Talent Stunted by a Career in Detroit

Jason Hanson is a victim. He was blessed with a golden leg and the raw talent and ability to break every professional kicking record on the books. Then he was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1992...

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Matthew Stafford's Knee: Drew Stanton's Last Chance at an NFL Career?

Drew Stanton has caught the brunt of the Detroit Lions’ recent woes. He was a second-round draft choice in 2007 to be to heir-apparent to Jon Kitna in a Mike Martz-led offensive system. He was shut...

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Jim Schwartz's Coy Attitude on Injuries Creating a Motown Monster

Does anybody know how bad Matthew Stafford's knee injury is? Does anybody know when anybody on the Detroit Lions' injury list will be available to play? Yes. The players, the training staff, and...

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The Detroit Lions' Lengthy Injury Report Could Be a Good Thing

The Detroit Lions' current injury report reads like a list of Lions impact starters. Matthew Stafford, Gosder Cherlius, Kevin Smith, Calvin Johnson, Grady Jackson, Sammie Lee Hill, Ernie Sims, and...

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* * Detroit Lions Math Class: Four Steps for Turning One Win Into Two

Alright, that’s enough. If you’re still hungover from the Detroit Lions’ victory over the Washington Redskins, grab some coffee. We’re getting back to business. There are 13 more weeks of football...

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Detroit Lions' First Win Brings Back Sunday Intrigue

Remember last week? Remember life before Sept. 27, 2009? It was a time fraught with anxiety, despair, hopelessness. It was a time where columnists like myself were predicting that last Sunday’s...

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Detroit Lions Notch a Good Loss in New Orleans

Everyone just calm down. I’ve heard a whole lot of comparisons to the 2008 Detroit Lions after Sunday’s 45-27 trampling at the hands of  the New Orleans Saints. It’s understandable; they did lose...

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Detroit Lions' Cut List: Hits, Misses, and Surprises

Detroit now knows who will be taking the field against the New Orleans Saints this Sunday. After the Lions’ cuts, waiver wire acquisitions, and more cuts, the field of 53 is set… for now. As is the...

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Daunte Culpepper Likely Already Being Shopped

Daunte Culpepper had better not get too comfortable in his honolulu blue jersey this season. After head coach Jim Schwartz made the call to start Matthew Stafford at quarterback from day one,...

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Detroit Lions Look to Buffalo To End Safety Battle

Jim Schwartz must have seen something he liked Thursday night. One day after playing against him in a Bills uniform, the Detroit Lions engineered a trade to bring safety Ko Simpson to Detroit for...

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Detroit Lions' Winners and Losers in Buffalo

There was a whole lot to like about the Detroit Lions' 17-6 handling of the Buffalo Bills Thursday night, if you're a Lions fan. Almost 250 yards rushing, mostly improved blocking out of the...

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Brooks Bollinger and Kevin O’Connell Jumble Detroit Lions’ QB Picture

Brooks Bollinger and Kevin O’ Connell are Detroit Lions, and I’m not quite sure why. When I first heard the news about Bollinger, I immediately went to my computer to talk about how it was only to...

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The Detroit Lions’ Other Stories From the Indianapolis Colts Game

In case you hadn’t heard, Matthew Stafford plays for the Detroit Lions. And there’s a quarterback battle going on involving him and Daunte Culpepper. There, now that we have that out of the way,...

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No Controversy in the Lions’ Offensive Line

Training camp is under way at Allen Park, and the reports are in. Matt Stafford is very good.  Daunte Culpepper looks as great as his "back in shape" look would suggest. Even Drew Stanton, a guy...

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William Clay Ford Speaks Out: Sincerity, Subterfuge, or Stupidity?

It’s not often Detroit Lions fans are treated to a William Clay Ford press conference. When the Lions owner, generally reclusive in nature, does step into the limelight, no matter how briefly, it’s...

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Lions Fans, It's Time To Move on from Millen

I can’t believe I’m saying this. Neither can you, and I don’t guess your bitterness will be swayed so easily, but this is something that needs to be said. Matt Millen, for all his shortcomings, for...

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Brett Favre's Return: Good for the Lions?

I thought this time it was over. I thought, after drawing the ire of both his once-devoted Green Bay fans for his constant "will he, won’t he" drama, and half the city of New York (or whatever...

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