To be sure, Calvin Johnson is any NFL team’s dream come true.
Calvin Johnson and his stat lines have locked down best receiver with a level of dominance perhaps never before seen at that position. With Megatron sitting atop the podium, who currently owns the title of second most dangerous receiver in the NFL: Dez Bryant or A.J. Green?
The Lions are in the driver’s seat in the NFC North—and they have the talent to get it done.
Stafford is a quarterback. He touches the ball on every play.
With the Detroit Lions on their bye week, here is a look at some of the players that have been putting up big numbers for the Lions, and some that have perhaps disappointed.
Evidently, Johnson is feeling better. Without a doubt, that is bad news for defenses everywhere.
Jerry Jones is nothing if not a showman. So it’s not surprising that the same man who once rapped about pizza, bragged about having the brain of a 40-year-old, and recently called the Cowboys’ loss to the Broncos “a moral victory” said Tuesday that an in-his-prime Primetime Deion Sanders could cover All-World wideout Calvin Johnson.
When I saw Dallas owner Jerry Jones enter the Cowboys dressing room on Sunday afternoon, I was geeked that I might have a chance to talk to him.
Sunday’s Lions-Cowboys game was exciting. Not only was there a dramatic, improbable comeback by Detroit to win the game 31-30, but there was also one of the best receivers in the NFL conducting a sideshow on the Cowboys sidelines.
The Lions turned the ball over four times, but thanks to some late game heroics they still managed to pull off a victory over the Dallas Cowboys.