Join in a discussion about the Lions who have started the season 0-3. The defense stepped up a bit in the loss to the Broncos, but the offensive trademark so far is inconsistency. The Lions face the Seahawks (1-2) at Seattle on Monday Night Football. It's a tough place to play and one of the loudest NFL stadiums. It's been a disappointing start. Bring your questions and comments. It's always fun. — Paula Pasche <>/p>
Join the weekly chat on the Detroit Lions at 3 p.m. on Thursday. The Lions, off to an 0-2 start, face the Denver Broncos (2-0) in the home opener at Ford Field on Sunday night. The Lions offense is struggling and same with the Broncos. But Denver's defense is ranked second in the NFL while Detroit's defense is 30th. Bring your questions, comments and suggestions. It's always a fun time. — Paula Pasche
ALLEN PARK — DeAndre Levy (hip) and Brandon Pettigrew (hamstring) remained out of Lions practice today (Thursday). Levy hasn't practiced since Aug. 25 while Pettigrew was injured in Sunday's loss at San Diego. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shoulder) and wide receiver Golden Tate (quad) were back at practice in the portion open to the media. Neither one worked on Wednesday. Both were also injured on Sunday. Cornerback Darius Slay (ankle) who was limited in practice on Wednesday was back at work. Matthew Stafford (upper right arm) practiced again on Thursday.
Join the weekly discussion on the Detroit Lions at 3 p.m. on Thursday. The Lions (0-1) play the Vikings (0-1) at Minnesota on Sunday. The Lions are coming off a 33-28 loss on Sunday at the Chargers. Bring all your questions and comments. It's always fun. — Paula Pasche
ALLEN PARK — Twenty-six years ago today, Barry Sanders first worked his magic for the Detroit Lions. Sanders, who had been the third overall draft pick for the Lions in 1989, was a holdout during training camp due to contract issues. So when he signed, he had just two days to prepare for his first game on Sept. 10, 1989, against the Phoenix Cardinals at the Pontiac Silverdome. Coach Wayne Fontes didn’t start him since he didn’t know the offense. Boxscore with Barry Sanders' first series in debut with Lions. In the third quarter, Sanders made his debut. He ran on four...
Join me at 3 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 10, for a live chat on the Detroit Lions as they prepare for their regular season opener on Sunday at the San Diego Chargers. Among other highlights the game will feature running backs Ameer Abdullah and Melvin Gordon who have been friends since high school. Bring your questions and comments. It's always fun. — Paula Pasche