Even Without Peyton Manning, Patriots-Broncos Is Game Of The WeekHere's a look at the Patriots vs. Broncos this weekend in addition to a few other games worth watching in Week 12.
Cardinals: Lions 'Lost It Once Their Fans Started Booing Them'"I don’t think fans understand how important they are to us. They’re very important, they play a big role especially in the fourth quarter."
Lions Defense Improving, But Still Has To Face High-Scoring Cardinals"So we’ll just continue to evolve, try to play to our players’ strengths and what they do well and hopefully we continue to improve.”
Caldwell On Lions' Play-Calling: 'I Believe In Joe'“If things aren’t going well, those are the ones that everybody sort of jumps on immediately and really it still boils down to I believe in Joe and believe what he’s doing and how we’re going about it.
Golden Tate, Denver's David Bruton: Teams Know What's Coming From Lions Offense“They’ve had a high tendency to show a particular play, especially a wrap-six, so usually the No. 2 receiver sits down about five or six yards with a guy running a dig route right behind it. We were just alert and once I saw a running back chip before his release, I knew what was coming, so I just read Stafford’s eyes, broke on the ball and was able to make a play.”
9 Penalties, 3 Turnovers Doom Lions In 24-12 Primetime Loss To Denver“That’s why we’re 0-3. We’re hurting ourselves. No one in this league can match us or play against us unless we hurt ourselves and we’ve been doing that for three straight weeks.”
Stafford Probable For Sunday, Pettigrew Out, Levy DoubtfulThe Matthew Stafford watch is essentially on hold this week, as he was listed as “probable” on the Lions’ Friday injury report for Sunday’s game against the Broncos.
Lions Try To Get Offense Back On Track Against Top Passing Defense In NFL“Just knowing that we have good players, knowing that we’ve executed well in spots and when we get a little more consistent, we’re going to be a lot more excited about it."
Jim Caldwell Talks Play-Calling, No-Huddle Offense And 'Constant State Of Frustration'“We wouldn’t be satisfied if we were 2-0. We’re always seeking and fighting for perfection, and it’s tough to get there. Winning or losing – to me, everything is difficult, everything is frustrating until it’s all done and you got the number of victories you want and you win it all. So up until that time, you’re in a constant state of frustration.”
Stafford A Full Participant, Ansah Out, Three Safeties Limited At Lions' PracticeQuarterback Matthew Stafford was a full participant in the Lions’ Wednesday practice, as he deals with an unspecified injury to his ribs that he suffered against Minnesota.
Joique Bell On Lions' Loss To Minnesota: 'I Take Most Of The Blame'“I have to do a better job as far as finding the holes and making things happen. We can do better collectively as a group, but I take most of the blame.”
Lions Preparing For Same Old 'Top-Notch' Peyton Manning“All I know is when it comes time to make a clutch throw, he always makes it, whether it’s zipped or lobbed or whatever. We expect him to be able to make all his throws.”
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