Detroit Lions Game Recaps
Please be okay, Matthew.
It was another ugly one, but Detroit got the job done.
Detroit managed to come out of Sunday’s matchup against the Browns with a victory to keep their season heading in the right direction.
The Lions broke their three-game losing streak with a definitive win against the Packers.
This was an ugly one.
That was technically a football game, I’m told.
Detroit’s offense showed up late to the game between the Lions and Panthers.
Get your ears ready for sweet victory sounds.
The Lions came up one yard short of beating the Atlanta Falcons.
"Did he make the catch? Oh he did! Oh rookie you are something special!"
It went from weird to wonderful in Detroit on Sunday.
It was an ugly way to end the 2017 preseason.
The Lions’ depth showed up in the second half, but the defense struggled to even resemble the unit they were in Detroit’s first two performances.
This is Kenny Golladay’s world. We’re just living in it.
The Lions have nothing to write home about in this postseason performance.
Just nothing you can do, I guess.
It will all come down to “Sunday Night Football.”
The Lions couldn’t overcome some sloppy play early and dropped a key game to the Giants.
Everyone had their break last week. Now, back to your regularly scheduled fourth quarter comebacks.
With Stafford fighting injury and turnovers, the defense stepped up to stop a hot Matt Barkley as the Lions improve to 9-4 on the season.
Did someone say “takeaway”?
Matt Prater made five field goals, including one from 52 yards, but the Lions never trailed on Sunday.
We’re thankful for Lions radio announcer Dan Miller
The Lions took a commanding lead of the NFC North with a huge win over the Vikings.
Celebrate the highlights of the victory in audio form, courtesy of Dan Miller.
The Lions and Jaguars traded blows in a rather sloppy contest, but Stafford, aided by the heroics of Eric Ebron, came through in the clutch yet again.