Barry Sanders Describes Players Getting Back On The Field After Concussion Because They Were ‘Fighting For A Job’
“I played in the ’90s and back then, yeah, we kind of understood what a concussion was, but pretty much everything was left up to the player.”
The Detroit Lions are on their bye with a winning record and dreams of the playoffs within their reach. What needs to happen going forward to clinch them a spot?
The Detroit Lions, already with more wins than they had last season, have set themselves up to make a run toward the playoffs after their bye.
With the Detroit Lions on their bye week, here is a look at some of the players that have been putting up big numbers for the Lions, and some that have perhaps disappointed.
Questions about Matthew Stafford as an overall quarterback continue, but his play Sunday drew lots of attention.
Evidently, Johnson is feeling better. Without a doubt, that is bad news for defenses everywhere.
Fans in New York never want to abandon thoughts of the postseason this early into any season. As frustrated as they may be, the hope of a postseason run remains in the minds of the fans of both New York NFL teams.
“The Super Bowl’s female audience has more than doubled from only five years ago, and the last three Super Bowl broadcasts have set records for being the most-watched shows by female viewers.”
As the final gun sounded after the Lions epic comeback win against Dallas on Sunday at Ford Field you could feel like you had just witnessed something truly special. Sadly something that has rarely transpired in my lifetime of watching the Detroit Lions.
Perhaps the most interesting comment from Mitchell, though, came when he compared his play to that of others.