I'm a Lions fan who went to college in Chicago during the Matt Millen era. Naturally, I'm a masochist. I'm an editor by trade, and I still live in Chicago. I'm in my late 20s (as of writing this bio, at least).
For Week 6, we're talking about a true weakness vs. weakness matchup. Feel the excitement!
Before Kam Chancellor and the illegal bat that wasn't, the Lions needed a gift to get back into the game in Week 4. Teryl Austin made it happen.
For Week 4, let's stave off the cold grip of depression by talking about one of the few bright spots for the Lions this season: Ziggy Ansah.
Going into Week 3, the Broncos' and Lions' offenses have performed far below expectations. What gives?
We're in Week 2. Let's talk some more about the offensive line's struggles.
Football is finally here. Let's talk about the San Diego Chargers' passing attack in the absence of the team's star tight end.
The playoffs are here. Let's talk about the most intriguing matchup of the weekend.
Lambeau looms. For our final regular-season "Things of that nature," we're looking at how the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills stymied the Green Bay Packers' downfield passing game.
This season, the Chicago Bears offense has almost systematically avoided pushing the ball downfield. Will that trend continue with Jimmy Clausen under center? I'm banking this week's article on it!