For a player not even selected in the draft, Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell sure is making an impression.
The Lions pulled off their first road win in Washington despite playing without Reggie Bush thanks, in part, to a big day through the air.
Center Dominic Raiola also said Dungy is entitled to his opinion, but he outright refuted the idea that the Lions are indeed the same old Lions.
Right about now, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford could pass the buck.
Steven Miller performed well in the last preseason game, and he knew it.
The upcoming week will be a nerve-wracking one for many on the Detroit Lions roster. Teams have to be down to 53 by Saturday, so dozens of cuts will be made in the coming days.
He played for the Indianapolis Colts in 2011 and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2012, and now he is contesting Leshoure for the Lions’ main backup spot.
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Joique Bell and Mikel Leshoure rushed for more than a combined 1,000 yards in Detroit’s pass-happy offense last year and offensive coordinator Scott Linehan thinks there’s still room for both of them.
It’s not a 100% sure thing, but looking back at the last five Super Bowl winners it stands out.