- Golden Tate has been on a roll as of late for the Detroit Lions, but he has been especially lethal against the New Orleans Saints:
In his three games against New Orleans since joining the #Lions, @ShowtimeTate has 24 catches for 344 yards and 4 TDs. pic.twitter.com/L0OYrNt2R8— Detroit Lions (@Lions) December 6, 2016
- Tate is also an extremely successful human being off of the field. The NFL Players Association named him the Week 12 Community MVP.
- Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com calls the Lions the third-most watchable team in NFL, behind the Raiders and Cowboys. Shame no one else in the country ever gets to watch this team on national TV.
- Matthew Stafford is up for the FedEx Air Player of the Week. Vote for him here or follow these Twitter instructions (or do both!):
VOTE for the @FedEx Air Player of the Week!— NFL (@NFL) December 6, 2016
Tweet player's name + #AirandGround:
Luck, Flacco, or Stafford? pic.twitter.com/ZbxUpUBPvz
- In case you missed it, cornerback Johnthan Banks was claimed by the Bears, but he wasn’t the only player waived by the Lions that was snatched by another team:
Broncos claimed former Ravens' RB Justin Forsett on waivers today, per source. Broncos' HC Gary Kubiak and Forsett reunited again.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 5, 2016
- Graham Glasgow was serving out some pancakes to the Saints defensive linemen on Sunday:
Want some lunch time pancakes? This base block on a 2I is tough and the #Lions LG Graham Glasgow makes it look easy. pic.twitter.com/ZmBRmUTcB5— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) December 6, 2016
- Sunday is going to be a lot of fun for Lions fans:
@PrideOfDetroit Sunday is a great day of football for Lions fans.— Al Buquerque (@LethalSax) December 6, 2016
- The Lions play the Giants in Week 15. It looks like they may be without one of their best pass rusher, Jason Pierre-Paul.
Giants are hoping JPP doesn't need surgery, source says, but it seems likely he'll be out a few weeks regardless. https://t.co/i9yMAmw2Lv— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) December 6, 2016
- Brandon Copeland was “Wired for Sound” this week and complained a lot about the pregame music.