Jim Schwartz: It wasn’t just the Lions’ lost, but how they lost. It is an indictment on how they are coached.
David Akers. There is going to be a point field goals are going to make or break the Lions. Will Akers make it, literally.
Despite being in his late 30s, Nathan still has superior stuff.
Fielder needs a change of scenery, and the Tigers need a change for him.
Five of those losses were in overtime or a shootout, meaning the Red Wings have gotten five of 12 possible points in those games.
Stafford is a quarterback. He touches the ball on every play.
There is a groundswell for Tigers’ hitting coach Lloyd McClendon to replace Jim Leyland as manager.
Tigers vs. A’s: Couple things don’t feel right about this series from a Tigers standpoint.
If the Lions are going to re-gain respectability after a horrible 4-12 year in 2012 that ended with eight straight losses, it must begin by beating the Minnesota Vikings in the season opener Sunday at Ford Field.
The Tigers have a 5 1-2 game lead over the second-place Cleveland Indians in the American League Central, and the best record in the AL.