Earlier today I posted tweets from fans in response to the Detroit Lions hiring Jim Caldwell.
“The only team that can beat the Detroit Lions is the Detroit Lions.” Among NFL teams, Detroit ranks as one of the worst in the league when it comes to turning the ball over.
Detroit’s 31 turnovers are the second-most in the NFL, and 18 of them have come in the last five games.
Not surprisingly, many believe Schwartz’s job is in jeopardy. The players on his team, at least publicly, seem to be the exceptions.
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush still gets excited about Monday Night Football.
His calf acted up in warm-ups, he told reporters Wednesday, but he did not injure it after slipping in the conditions.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford says it’s tough to win with too many turnovers.
The Detroit Lions slipped and slid plenty in the snow at Philadelphia. Maybe it was fitting.
Lions cornerback Darius Slay and Eagles safety Earl Wolff are inactive for Sunday’s game between NFC North-leading Detroit and Philadelphia.
“Still being evaluated,” head coach Jim Schwartz said. “We’ll just see where that takes us. It was sort of a freak thing.”