The Detroit Lions are playing without several key players along the offensive and defensive lines due to injury — and it hasn’t hurt them much.
Reggie Bush is inactive and will miss his third straight game when the Detroit Lions take on the Chicago Bears.
Caldwell discussed the possibility of moving Waddle to the left side but would not say whether the Lions are seriously considering a move.
The Detroit Lions should have time to throw and room to run with their collection of talented playmakers, thanks to what looks like a solid offensive line.
DeAndre Levy, linebacker – It was a travesty Levy didn’t make the Pro Bowl in 2013.
The extra reps everyone got early in the year, while looked on early as signs of instability, have proved vital down the stretch.
As the Lions prepare for their matchup with the Dallas Cowboys, they face the potential of missing both of their starting offensive tackles.
The young line that so many doubted before the season has proved vital to the Lions’ attack.
Five-time Pro Bowl defensive end Jared Allen can imagine how second-year left tackle Riley Reiff is approaching this matchup.
Riley Reiff, a former first round pick, is stepping into the starting lineup to replace a stalwart Lion. Is he up to the task? The entire team and fans certainly hope so.