Kyle Vanden Bosch
If these Detroit Lions and the San Francisco 49ers players, coaches and mascots were to go mano a mano in a fight, which one would win?
Lions try to move on from offseason negatives.
As the Lions continue to get ready for the Minnesota Vikings at Ford Field on Sunday, the topic of last week’s lack of discipline was not leaving the team anytime soon.
I know if you’re from Detroit you’re not supposed to like the Green Bay Packers or anyone from Green Bay but I’ve made an exception for Aaron Rodgers.
Jim Schwartz was asked if Suh needed anger management classes: “I think I’ll just … If we were having an awful lot of them after the whistle maybe that would be a different story. I’m a football coach, I’m not a psychiatrist.”
Of all the fines that have been levied against the Lions, the one assessed to Kyle Vanden Bosch is the most tolerable.
It’s funny how one word is being thrown around the state to describe a couple of teams lately.
Kyle Vanden Bosch, who suffered a stinger in the fourth quarter, was back in the weight room early Monday morning. The stinger came when he tried to throw a block on the interception return of Amari Spievey.
Kyle Vanden Bosch had his sack streak stopped at three games, but he did throw a monster block to spring CB Chris Houston on a 56-yard pick-six.
Dominic Raiola along with Matthew Stafford, Jason Hanson and Vanden Bosch were named the Lions team captains today by Jim Schwartz.