Caputo: 3 Reasons James Ihedigbo Has Become A Problem, Not A Solution, For The LionsWhile James Ihedigbo had a surprisingly solid season in 2014, and safety play was a key for the Lions' surprisingly good defense, he also faltered down the stretch.
Caputo: 3 Predictions For The NFL Conference Championship GamesThe Wilsons will rule.
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Caputo: Three Key Questions For The Tigers This OffseasonWill the Tigers sign Max Scherzer?
Caputo: 3 Best Things About The Red Wings After 9 Games The Red Wings are playing very well defensively and their goaltending has been solid.
Caputo: 3 Reasons The Tigers Should Seriously Consider Joe Maddon As ManagerMaddon is always ahead of the curve, never behind it. The classic example is how he position his fielders. It's changed the game, and he was the leader on that front.
Caputo: 3 Reasons Sunday Vs. The Saints Is A Trap Game For The LionsThe Lions are a 3-point favorite to beat the New Orleans Saints Sunday at Ford Field.
Caputo: 3 Worst Things About The Tigers' 12-3 Game 1 ALDS Loss To The OriolesThree of the worst things about the loss the Tigers suffered Thursday night ...
Caputo: 3 Reasons Sunday At New York Is A Crossroad Game For The Lions Jets quarterback Geno Smith is a turnover machine and the Jets are discombobulated offensively.
3 Reasons Devin Gardner Should Be Moved To WR And Shane Morris Start At QBGardner is a fifth-year senior, who has had plenty of opportunity as Michigan's starting QB.
Caputo: 3 Things MSU Must Do In Order To Beat OregonThe Spartans' defense is capable of crowding the line of scrimmage and forcing Oregon QB Marcus Mariota to try to beat them with passes deep.
3 Detroit Lions Not Named Stafford, Suh Or Johnson Who Will Be Most Key In '14 Eric Ebron, tight end - The idea with the Lions' offense, under first-year coordinator Joe Lombardi, is to stretch the field to the sidelines and deep, and open up the middle for seam routes.