The Lions started yesterday with two huge problems: They couldn’t run the ball and had cavernous holes in the defensive secondary.
Detroit Lions have reportedly re-signed free agent Chris Houston to a five-year contract.
The Detroit Lions may have a formidable defensive line, but they have struggled in the secondary for years, particularly at cornerback. Why is the team seemingly not addressing this year in and year out?
The Detroit Lions made the playoffs last year, and there was excitement heading into this season. However, were people hoping for too much from this team? Why have they struggled thus far? Is there a chance for a turnaround.
Cornerback Chris Houston still sees a dangerous threat when he watches 49ers receiver Randy Moss on film — it’s just a different kind of danger.
The Lions have to travel to San Francisco to play the 49ers on NBC’s Sunday Night Football. It is a tough matchup, which leads to this notion: Should the Lions be going all out to try and win this game?
S Louis Delmas and CB Chris Houston are inactive for today’s game against the St. Louis Rams.
Detroit Lions cornerback Chris Houston seems to be one of the most valuable players on the team, providing experience and talent in a secondary that desperately needs both.
1. Who is going to start at the cornerback spot opposite Chris Houston?
With this being the fourth training camp under coach Jim Schwartz and coordinators Scott Linehan (offense) and Gunther Cunningham (defense)