Detroit Lions Scores and Results
Detroit Lions game results, recaps, in-game scoring updates, and predictions from SB Nation's Pride of Detroit.
The Detroit Lions’ emphatic win over the Chicago Bears guarantees a meaningful Week 18 game with playoffs still on the line.
The Lions were not ready for the physical battle the Panthers presented, and this game was over by halftime.
The Detroit Lions made yet another statement of legitimacy with a convincing win over the formerly 10-2 Minnesota Vikings.
The Detroit Lions offense was absolutely dominant against a Jacksonville Jaguars defense that didn’t force a punt all day.
The Detroit Lions just couldn’t hold onto a lead late, as Josh Allen led the Bills on a game-winning drive with just 23 seconds left.
The Detroit Lions have now won three in a row after a statement win over the New York Giants.
The Detroit Lions mounted a big fourth-quarter comeback, and the defense again made huge plays down the stretch to hold onto the lead.
The Detroit Lions didn’t make it easy on themselves, but off a huge defensive performance, the beat the Packers, 15-9.
The Detroit Lions offense jumped to a nice lead, but after getting shut out in the second half, the Dolphins took the lead and held it.
The Detroit Lions defense finally figured things out, but the offense fell way short.
Nothing went right for the Detroit Lions in Sunday’s massacre at the hands of the New England Patriots.
The Detroit Lions offense put up a hell of a fight, but the defense was just absolutely dominated by Geno Smith and the Seahawks.
The Detroit Lions were in control of the game until some late, questionable coaching choices allowed a Minnesota Vikings comeback.
The Detroit Lions didn’t make it easy on themselves, but after jumping out to a 22-point lead, they held on just long enough to win their first game of the season.
Much like last year’s home opener, the Lions fought to the end, but they fell just short of an improbable comeback vs. the Eagles.
Drive-by-drive lives updates and highlights as the Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers close out the 2022 preseason.
The Detroit Lions looked like the more physical team throughout all four quarters of their second preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Detroit Lions continued their momentum from training camp with an impressive opening offensive drive before resting their starters the rest of the way.
The Lions finished the season with a flashy finale, even if it cost them the No. 1 pick.
The Lions defense got absolutely crushed by the Seahawks, and a second-half comeback came up well short.
The Lions’ potential upset was ruined when backup quarterback Tim Boyle threw a game-losing pick.
The Lions no longer hold the first overall pick in the draft, but they’ve won two of their last three games.
We’ll be providing live updates and highlights for the Detroit Lions’ Week 14 matchup against the Denver Broncos.
The Lions blew it. Then they didn’t. NO WINLESS SEASON THIS YEAR, Y’ALL.
The Lions were right there on the verge of their first win, and an accumulation of penalties ruined it.
New quarterback, same story.
The Lions had a chance to win it—several times—but Detroit’s pathetic offense couldn’t capitalize.
Just an embarrassment.
The Lions put up one hell of a fight and pull out every stop, but it still wasn’t enough to beat Matthew Stafford.
An ugly day at Ford Field.
The Lions finally got a very good defensive effort, but Jared Goff and the offense squandered too many opportunities... again.
Detroit made some bad mistakes near the goal line and it cost them dearly.
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