Friday was the two-year anniversary of Matt Millen being fired. Hard to believe it's been two years already, although at the same time, it feels like he's been gone for quite some time now.
Although Matthew Stafford said his rehab is "going good," he can't even untie his shoes with his right hand because his range is still limited. I know Jim Schwartz's original comments this week made it seem like Stafford was getting close to being able to play, but he hasn't even tried to throw a pass with his right arm yet. To me, it seems like he's still a couple weeks away at the very least.
Here's a disappointing stat: In the final four minutes before halftime, the Lions have been outscored 24-0 in the first two games of the season. Imagine how things might be different if Detroit could close out the first half.
Gosder Cherilus spoke to the Free Press about what he has been doing to help Haiti, as well as his meeting with Bill Clinton.
The Lions worked out defensive tackle Tank Tyler and defensive backs Quintin Demps, Victor Harris, Chevis Jackson and Karl Paymah this week, continuing to gather a short list of players that could be signed in case injuries happen.
The Vikings don't regret trading with the Lions in the draft, allowing Detroit to get Jahvid Best.
The announcers for Sunday's game are Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa.
Charles Rogers doesn't only owe the Lions money; he also owes $1.17 million on his house in Novi and is facing foreclosure. Yeah, I don't think the Lions will be seeing any of that money any time soon.