2:14 PM EST, Mon November 23, 2020
Pride Of Detroit 1 hour ago
Breaking down the call: What went wrong on the Lions’ negated 51-yard touchdown?

Breaking down the call: What went wrong on the Lions’ negated 51-yard touchdown?

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports A breakdown of why the Lions’ touchdown was negated and who messed up? If the Detroit Lions were going to stand a chance against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, they clearly needed to hit on a few big plays on offense. It appeared Detroit had finally done that in the third quarter, when the the Lions dialed up a trick play. A toss to Kerryon Johnson with a lateral back to Matthew Stafford resulted in a huge bomb connected to Marvin Jones Jr. It was a 51-yard touchdown pass that brought the game back to a one-score contest and could’ve...
SideLion Report 1 hour ago

Detroit Lions: 3 general manager candidates to replace Bob Quinn

The Detroit Lions could use a new GM and here are three candidates The Detroit Lions didn’t have much pride on Sunday, losing in shutout fashion to the Carolina Panthers, 20-0. The Lions have a record of 4-6 on the season and look dead. When you evaluate this team, you begin to see a trail of […] Detroit Lions: 3 general manager candidates to replace Bob Quinn - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Pride Of Detroit 1 hour ago
Snap counts: Jeff Okudah sees season-low in playing time vs. Panthers

Snap counts: Jeff Okudah sees season-low in playing time vs. Panthers

Photo by Grant Halverson/ Rough sledding for the rookie. Here’s a look at the Detroit Lions’ Week 11 snap counts against the Carolina Panthers Offense Quarterbacks: Matthew Stafford: 56 (100%) Running backs: Kerryon Johnson: 39 (70%)Adrian Peterson: 17 (30%)Jason Cabinda: 5 (9%) — 16 special teams snaps (73%)Jonathan Williams: 0 (0%) — 5 (23%) Tight ends: T.J. Hockenson: 37 (66%)Jesse James: 29 (52%) — 6 (27%)Isaac Nauta: 4 (7%) — 5 (23%) Wide receivers: Marvin Jones Jr.: 50 (89%)Marvin Hall: 38 (68%) Jamal Agnew: 28 (50%) — 10 (45%)Quintez Cephus: 17...
Pride Of Detroit 2 hours ago
NFC North Week 11 recap: Division gets swept, Bears win the week anyway

NFC North Week 11 recap: Division gets swept, Bears win the week anyway

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports You get an L, you get an L, you get an L! Packers fall in overtime to the Colts, 34-31 The Packers really had a firm grasp of this game, but ended up losing in Lions fashion. After an opening drive fumble from each team, the Packers were the first to score on a touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to tight end Robert Tonyan. The Colts responded immediately, tying the game on a 45-yard touchdown reception to Michael Pittman. From there, it was all Green Bay to end the first half, as they got out to a 28-14 lead. Here’s how the second half (plus...
Pride Of Detroit 4 hours ago
You don’t need to take the Lions seriously because they are not a serious team

You don’t need to take the Lions seriously because they are not a serious team

Photo by Grant Halverson/ Thoughts on a regime that was never taking anything but itself seriously. Another Lions season has come crashing down in spectacular fashion, but this one feels singularly grim. It could be due to the fact that the Lions loss here seals the timeline on a grim future, full of rebuilds and lost talent. Make no mistake, what’s coming next for the Detroit Lions is probably not fun if you take this team seriously. The good news is that such a thing is entirely optional. There is an inclination among an analytical sports media to assume that...