Winless Lions Show Signs Of ProgressThere were a lot of positives for Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell to take out of Sunday's 28-19 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Lions Special Teams Gambles Fall ShortDan Campbell emptied the playbook in an effort to get his first NFL victory as a head coach, only to see it fall short.
Goff Returns To LAJared Goff was the Rams' first draft pick after their return to Los Angeles a half-decade ago — the new quarterback for the franchise's new era.
Matthew Stafford Has Positive Feelings About His Time In DetroitWhile winning mostly eluded Matthew Stafford during his 12 seasons with Lions, the quarterback still has positive feelings about his time in Detroit, even after his career was rejuvenated by a trade to the Los Angeles Rams.
Campbell Tries To Assess His Winless LionsDan Campbell doesn't like watching film when he's angry.
Goff Starting QB For NowDetroit Lions coach Dan Campbell isn't considering a change at quarterback.
Lions, Bengals Look To Bounce BackThe Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Bengals have been on the wrong side of NFL history so far this season.
Ragnow Feels Guilty About SurgeryDetroit Lions coach Dan Campbell said center Frank Ragnow feels guilty about having season-ending toe surgery.
Lions C Frank Ragnow Has Season-Ending Toe InjuryThe winless, and banged-up Detroit Lions have taken another hit.
Campbell Has Few Answers For 0-5 LionsDan Campbell wasn't nearly as emotional Monday afternoon as he had been after his Detroit Lions lost 19-17 to the Minnesota Vikings on another last-second field goal.
Lions' Campbell Can't Hide EmotionsDan Campbell has tried to soak the Detroit Lions in his signature blend of confidence and enthusiasm, a 6-foot-5 energy drink of a head coach who is determined to hoist one of the NFL's most historically unsuccessful franchises onto his broad shoulders.
Winless Lions Take On VikingsDETROIT (0-4) at MINNESOTA (1-3)
Frank Ragnow The Latest AdditionTo Injured ReserveThe Detroit Lions put standout center Frank Ragnow on injured reserve, another setback for a banged-up winless team.
Lions Have Trouble In Red Zone, Lose To Bears 24-14Jared Goff took a couple of steps toward the line and pointed to Alec Ogletree, concerned about a potential blitz. Frank Ragnow snapped the ball as Goff walked in, and that was the end of a promising opening drive.
Lack Of Communication To Blame For Lions' LossDetroit Lions coach Dan Campbell watched the film of Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens and there was one thing he wasn't seeing.