Monday Night Football
“The left tackle was moving,” Cunningham said. “It wasn’t hard to see.”
“Matt learned a lesson in the sense of how he said things, but Matt didn’t mean anything derogatory in any way,” Harbaugh said.
Once again, the Detroit Lions turned out to be their own worst enemies.
In celebration of tonight’s Monday Night Football game as Detroit hosts Baltimore, Lion’s officials are looking for a “One Pride Blue Out” as they encourage all fans to wear blue to the game.
Detroit welcomes a Ravens team that has somehow, someway, found ways to win over the past two weeks
The Detroit Lions have listed cornerback Chris Houston as doubtful to play the Baltimore Ravens because of a toe injury.
Only three games remain in the regular season, and Detroit (7-6, 4-1) needs every one.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig says the “world champion” Police Department “will be there providing the kind of service that we provide.”
The Detroit Lions are in the national spotlight Monday night, with a spot in the postseason on the line.
Where is your head at with the Lions heading into the game? I don’t trust the Lions to win this game. I trust the defending Super Bowl champs.