Detroit Lions Film Review
The rookie running back dazzled in his first taste on NFL action.
Blocking placekicks involves hard work, determination, and careful preparation. It is not a matter of luck.
Teryl Austin invoked Stan 3:16 and it worked.
Darius Slay has taken his game to a new level thanks to GQ.
The Lions showed a lot of trust in their rookie cornerback and he mostly earned it.
Miles Killebrew is the starting strong safety now. What will that look like?
It is sloppy, but that at least can be fixed.
In his return to action against the Browns, Decker looked rough around the edges.
The left side of this offensive line could be really good, really soon.
Everything worked to perfection in the Lions’ 63-yard screen.
Was play selection or execution more responsible for Detroit’s failure to punch it into the end zone on Sunday night?
Don’t make Cornelius Washington mad again, people.
The Lions secondary had a rough day covering Panthers tight end Ed Dickson.
Everything is clicking with this Lions secondary right now.
In crucial situations against the Falcons, the Lions ran a concept their quarterback has a long history with.
Glover Quin’s pick six was a thing of beauty.
Raise your glass and salute the heroes on the defensive line.
A film breakdown of the biggest play from the Detroit Lions in Week 1
A fine preseason demonstrated the former Buccaneer is poised to contribute immediately.
Last Friday’s preseason game provided a glimpse as to why the Lions signed all those veterans in free agency.
The rookie linebacker was one of the few brights spots for the Lions defense on Friday.
Even if you don’t see him in the stat sheet, Lawson’s play is creating chances for everyone around him.
An important part of the future for the Lions at wide receiver may actually be a giraffe.
Greg Robinson’s debut was better than expected, but one glaring issue was obvious.
Detroit’s deep passing repertoire is severely diminished if the team cannot run the ball.
Sometimes it really does boil down to execution.
In limited action on Sunday, DeAndre Levy was very much the physical freak we remember.
This was the offense we’ve been waiting to see.
Matthew Stafford is a golden god, but does running outside too often make it tougher for the offense to shine?
Knowing what we know now, should Caldwell have challenged the catch?
After dominating the ground game through three-and-half quarters, the Lions defense became a sieve on the final two drives. What gives?