- Brandon Pettigrew remains on the PUP list, although he returned to practice last week. Based on what he’s saying around the locker room, it looks like the Detroit Lions tight end could be placed on the active roster:
#Lions Brandon Pettigrew said he WANTS to play on Sunday but not sure he will.— Paula Pasche (@paulapasche) November 28, 2016
He added (via Paula Pasche) “We’ll see where it goes, I’m not going to say for certain I’m going to play Sunday we’ll see where I’m at at the end of the week.’’
- DeAndre Levy, however, may not make his long-awaited return, as previously expected:
DeAndre Levy is improving, but from what I'm hearing, it's still premature to say he'll be ready for New Orleans. Still has hurdles to clear— Kyle Meinke (@kmeinke) November 28, 2016
- Kyle Meinke of MLive.com has an excellent breakdown of how the Lions are utilizing the Miles Killebrew in special third down situations.
- Fate or coincidence? You decide:
Only 3 teams have had 7 4th quarter comebacks.— Kent Lee Platte (@MathBomb) November 28, 2016
2009 Colts - SB Loss
2011 Giants - SB Win
2016 #Lions - ??????
- On Monday, someone asked Jim Caldwell whether Matthew Stafford could be a Hall of Fame quarterback, sparking a ton of debate on the subject. Here is HOF-voter Dave Birkett’s take on the subject.
- Time to play two truths and a lie with Haloti Ngata:
- Eric Ebron was shut out on Thursday against the Vikings, but he didn’t get frustrated over it. In fact, he felt a bit honored that he was drawing so much attention.