With 346 yards, 2 passing touchdowns and a huge rushing TD, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was a major factor in the dismantling of the NY Giants on Monday Night Football.
The Detroit Lions opened the season at home for Monday Night Football, vanquishing the New York Giants with relative ease, led by an impressive Matthew Stafford.
Released on their official site and Facebook page in coordination with their Monday Night Football regular season debut, the Detroit Lions want to send chills down your spine with their new dramatic promotional video.
With the start of the NFL regular season, it’s anything but business as usual for Matthew Stafford as he takes his place in the midst of the huddle tonight as starting quarterback for the Detroit Lions for a sixth year.
As the 2014 schedule begins, Detroit wants to atone for its late-season slide, while the Giants are still smarting from an 0-6 start that they never fully recovered from.
“What we all should be probably focusing on is does he have the tools to be a championship quarterback, and the answer to that is yes,” Caldwell said.
With the Detroit Lions about to kick off their regular season Quarterback Matthew Stafford took time to discuss the team’s prospects and more with “Michigan Matters” Host Carol Cain in an exclusive conversation.
Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson have helped each other set numerous NFL records, and Johnson thinks this is their best chance to win a championship.
“I believe this is our best chance,” Johnson said. “I honestly believe that.”
“It’s something that the league has taken a stance on,” Stafford said, “and an appropriate one at that.”