Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Monday, December 30, 2013
Schwartz is gone....but they need to get rid of a damaged Matt "Sidearm Sally" Stafford and even more please, please can Martin "I couldn't take Matt Millen's job for 8 years, that's how incompetent I am" Mayhew. What a disaster.
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Monday, October 1, 2012
At the kickoff, Minnesota's Percy Harvin returns a 107 yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Harvin goes untouched. Harvin also told the press after the game that Minnesota found flaws in the Lions coverage and they exploited it, probably pretty easy to figure out the Lions coverage by watching the game film since even I can call plays they run and I have never formally played the game.
Matthew Stafford appears to be Lion-ized, he ended up on the turf many times on Sunday and he was sacked five times. He looked scared. He is making wild throws underhand and backwards, lofting the ball skyward, and the lovely non-fumble that he was just trying to get rid of the ball. It is similar to the work of Joey Harrington and Jeff Garcia.
Nick Fairley lines up offsides, which is pathetic because he lines up over the ball on defense. And Fairley was non-existent. The defensive backs were a disaster.
At 1-3 the Lions are is BIG trouble. And the way they played against the St. Louis Rams, they really should be 0-4.
Still pathetic......only the names change.
Monday, September 24, 2012
The one thing I would like to discuss is the so called 'miscommunication' on the Overtime 4th and short inside the 10 that Coach Schwartz noted in his post game radio interview on WTKT.
My thoughts: How does the center, Domimic Raiola, even know what the snap count was supposed to be?.....especially when there isn't one. One has to assume that because the Lions were trying to draw the Titans offsides on the 4th and short that there is no snap count, that is because no play was to be run per Schwartz' admission in the interview. So why would Raiola snap the ball? Nobody will ever know the truth. But a true blunder it was, and yet another tale in the Lions fictitious book known as The Curse of Bobby Layne. The operative question begs to be asked: When will the book ever end?!?!
Thanks goodness I am Lions Free!