Got something to say about the Detroit Lions? Join in a live chat at 3 p.m. on Thursday to discuss the Lions (2-7) who are preparing to play the Oakland Raiders on Sunday at Ford Field. It's the first of three home games in 12 days. The Lions are coming off a big win at Green Bay on Sunday. Bring all your questions and comments. It's always interesting. — Paula Pasche
Join me for a chat discussing the Detroit Lions at the special time of 4 p.m. on Thursday. With the front-office firings, the departure of offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi and two offensive line coaches and the involvement of owner Martha Firestone Ford in the process — it's a lively time for the Detroit Lions. The 1-7 record has precipitated the changes. Now the team must focus on the final eight games of the season starting on Sunday at the Green Bay Packers (6-2). Bring your questions, comments and suggestions. It's always fun. — Paula Pasche
Join me for a chat on the Detroit Lions at 3 p.m. on Thursday. This is their bye week but at the halfway point of the season with a 1-7 record, we have plenty to discuss. The players have a long weekend and then will get back to work on Monday. They play the Packers at Green Bay on Nov. 15. The Lions have not won in Wisconsin (they used to play some games in Milwaukee) since 1991. Bring you questions and comments. We usually have a lively discussion. — Paula Pasche
During the Lions miserable 45-10 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday morning, I received a few tweets asking how it feels to be a beat writer covering a lousy 1-7 team - or words to that effect. If you know me, you know I'm a glass half-full type of person. Here are 10 reasons why it’s good to be a Lions beat writer today: It’s actually a pretty cool job when you think about it. My evening is free so I can watch the undefeated Packers and Broncos on Sunday night. Ahh, good football. No one called me the C-word on Twitter today. (Hey, I don’t play, coach or manage the Lions but...
Join me for a live chat on the Detroit Lions at 3 p.m. on Thursday. The team is in London this week preparing to play the Kansas City Chiefs at Wembley Stadium on Sunday morning. Three coaches were fired this week and 31-year-old Jim Bob Cooter (center in photo) was promoted to offensive coordinator. What will the offense look like on Sunday? Plenty of questions this week. Join in, it's always fun — Paula Pasche