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Before we begin, let's praise and honor sweet baby Jesus for not letting the lockout leak into the actual season.
Millenball - watch more funny videos So far this week we've shared with you Tinyballs, Saturday Night Live's parody of Moneyball, and College Humor's Too Much Moneyball, but it's not over yet -- I guess the comedic possibilities of that "fifty feet of crap" speech are too enticing, because Funny Or Die has chimed in with their own version about Matt Millen's run as general manager of the Detroit Lions.
We're finally starting to see a bit of separation in the rankings, at least now that Kansas City realized that it can still defeat the really crappy teams and the Minnesota Vikings remembered that they just paid Adrian Peterson a gajillion dollars to lean on him for the next few years.
The last few NBA Finals were unique for me, completely different than any I had witnessed before.
The rumors are true.
For the first time since before any of Matt Stafford's favorite sorority girls were even born, the Detroit Lions are 4-0, and for the first time in 10 years, the Lions are hosting a Monday Night Football game.
For all the support and investment laid on the Detroit Lions by the city’s blue-collar fanbase, the on-field product has been a complete disappointment since the calendar started reading 2000.
Detroit Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh is no stranger to trading paycheck money for Blitz: The League 2-style necksnapping and ballpopping.
There’s not a thing to be learned by watching a preseason NFL game.
Something 1990s this way comes.
The Detroit Lions defensive line of Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley and Kyle Vanden Bosch haven't played a single down together, but head coach Jim Schwartz's month-long mission to give them a cool nickname is finally over.
You may or may not have heard about Detroit Lions linebacker Zack Follett calling quarterback Matthew Stafford a "china doll" on a radio show earlier this week.
Matt Millen has three Super Bowl rings from his 12-year career as a linebacker in the NFL, but he will never be remembered for that.
Miami Dolphins players and personnel are very upset with the team’s fans after they booed and shouted insults at quarterback Chad Henne as a result of Miami’s 34-27 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Pic via Dirk In the long and storied history of this country, it doesn't get much more American than Thanksgiving and the NFL.
UPDATE: Vote in the ASYLUM Poll: Was the Donovan McNabb trade a bust? It's a pretty big deal, sadly, whenever the Detroit Lions beat anybody, and the walkaway story from their conquest over Washington yesterday was that Redskins coach Mike Shanahan benched his star quarterback with the game on the line.