Detroit Lions Fire Coach Matt Patricia And GM Bob QuinnMatt Patricia opened his final postgame news conference with the Detroit Lions by thanking his wife and children for their support.
Lions Reach New Low Heading Into Thanksgiving GameAs poorly as the Detroit Lions have played this season, this might have been a new low.
Pistons Aggressive In DraftIf there were any doubt that new general manager Troy Weaver would be willing to shake up the Detroit Pistons, it's obvious now.
Larson Still Popular, Despite Racial SlurDonald Reed drove more than seven hours to North Carolina last week just to watch Kyle Larson race on dirt tracks.
Lions, Washington Have Much At StakeAt first glance, it may not appear that Washington or the Detroit Lions have much at stake in their matchup because their combined record is 5-11.
NASCAR Closes Out Season Energized By ElliottDrivers, finally, stop your engines.
Elliott Drives To First NASCAR TitleThe new face of NASCAR circled Phoenix Raceway for a celebratory lap of his finest achievement. Chase Elliott, NASCAR's most popular driver, was now a Cup champion, too.
Cook Runs Over LionsTwo months after releasing their all-time rusher, the Minnesota Vikings drafted Dalvin Cook.
It's A Much Cleaner Path To The NASCAR TitleKevin Harvick was a sure bet to make the NASCAR finale and likely close out one of the most dominant seasons of the decade.
Michigan State QB Settling InRocky Lombardi quickly put Michigan State's quarterback uncertainty to rest.
Stafford On Reserve/COVID-19 List AgainDetroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, although his wife Kelly said on social media he tested negative.
NASCAR Finale Arrives For Final FoursomeNASCAR CUP SERIES
Crew Chiefs Feeling The HeatThe NASCAR championship was in clear reach when Denny Hamlin made his final pit stop in last year's title-deciding finale. With everything on the line, his crew chief went with an aggressive adjustment aimed at gaining one last burst of speed.
Wings Extend F Anthony Mantha To 4-Year DealThe Detroit Red Wings signed forward Anthony Mantha to a four-year contract Tuesday with an average annual value of $5.7 million.
Lions Took Steps BackwardsTwo wins brought Matt Patricia and the Detroit Lions a bit of a reprieve.