• GRADING THE BEARS: Week 10 vs. Lions

    Summary of 23 articles · Updated Nov 14, 2013
    Sunday was the first time most players on the Lions have beaten the Bears in Chicago. Johnson is the heart of the Lions' offense. Not after Sundays dramatic 21-19 victory over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field gave them the sole possession of first place in the NFC North, leaving the Lions staring at an unfamiliar November sight: Open field, with room to run. But I actually think that as you go through the NFL standings right now, you can get a pretty accurate picture of how the final standings are going to look seven weeks from now. Let’s go through it: NFC East: Dallas.
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    • Double Coverage: Lions at Steelers

      The respective histories of the Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers suggest that the latter would be 6-3 and the former 3-6 heading into their game Sunday at Heinz Field. But it is the Steelers who have scuffled this season, and they are still trying …
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    • Lions look to end another long road losing streak

      On Sunday, the Lions won in Chicago for the first time since 2007. That six-year wait doesn’t really compare to the franchise’s other road losing streaks. Detroit hasn’t won at Green Bay since 1991. Likewise, the Lions hadn’t beaten Washington on the ro…
    • Steelers 2013 Scouting Report Week Eleven: Detroit Lions

      Sunday at Heinz Field the Detroit Lions are in town for the first time since the regular season finale in the Steelers historic 2005 season which eventually saw them win Super Bowl XL. It’s a long way from that game and that season, and now at 3-6, the …
    • Looking back at the Chicago Bears' loss to the Detroit Lions

      Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel will look back at the Ravens' previous game and that of their next opponent.Lions 21, Bears19
    • Lions bullied Bears on both sides of the ball

      One day after the Bears’ biggest players were bullied on offense and defense, coach Marc Trestman admitted as much — though he described the event as rare this season. “I don’t think we won the line of scrimmage on either side of the ball for one of the…
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    • Lions Playoff Picture: Week 11

      This is a weekly look at the NFC playoff picture as it relates to the Detroit Lions. Detroit put itself in fairly good position Sunday by knocking off Chicago, sweeping the season series and now the Lions have a one-game lead on both the Bears and Green…
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    • Upon Further Review: Bears Week 10

      An examination of four hot issues from the Chicago Bears’ 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions: Fourth-down call: Considering the Bears lost by two points, coach Marc Trestman will receive some criticism for opting to go for it on fourth-and-1 from the Detro…
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    • Upon Further Review: Lions Week 10

      CHICAGO -- A review of four hot issues from the Detroit Lions' 21-19 win over the Chicago Bears. First place? First place: Detroit has not been in first place this late in the season this century. By beating the rival Bears and with the Green Bay Packer…
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    • Lions' win gives them shot at first division title in 20 years

      With another burden lifted Sunday, the wait is officially on now. And so is the weight of expectations, I imagine, though the Lions insist they won't let it drag them down.
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  • Lions’ WR Johnson has Steelers’ attention

    By Ralph N. Paulk, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe Steelers’ game plan against the Detroit Lions is simple: They aren’t likely to shut down All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson, but they must minimize his ...
  • Lions take issue with Marshall’s comments about Detroit

    Bears receiver Brandon Marshall had some strong comments about the Lions and the city of Detroit. Predictably, multiple Lions had some strong comments about Marshall. “If you want to go after somebody, we standing right here,” guard Rob Sims said, via M…
    • Lions: Marshall anti-Detroit rant uncalled for

      Rob Sims had an easy response for Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
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    • Lions have grown-up reply to Bears Brandon Marshall's 'little brother' snipe

      Lions running back Reggie Bush has a younger brother that's seven inches taller than him, so when Chicago wide receiver Brandon Marshall called the Lions the Bears' 'little brother' Monday, Bush knew exactly what he meant.
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    • Brandon Marshall says Lions are the Bears' 'little brother'

      Brandon Marshall borrowed from Mike Hart's playbook. The Bears receiver called the Lions his team's 'little brother' while serving as a fill-in host on the 'Jay Cutler Show' on ESPN 1000 in Chicago on Monday.
    • Stock Watch: QB not a factor for Marshall

      RISING 1. Brandon Marshall, WR: Marshall is red hot. The four-time Pro Bowl selection topped 100 receiving yards (7-139-2) for the second straight week on Sunday. Over the past four games, Marshall has 29 grabs for 408 yards and five touchdowns. He lead…
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  • Lions insist focus on next game, not NFC North title, playoffs

    The Lions, 6-3, are in first place in the NFC North. It's the first time they've lead the division this late in the season since'99. But, as he and the players have taken pains to emphasize, they don't give out trophies and rings after 10 weeks.
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  • Monday breakdown: Tony Dungy a convert; he says Lions will win division

    After the Lions lost in Arizona in Week 2, former NFL head coach Tony Dungy said they looked like the 'same old Lions' on NBC's 'Football Night in America.'
    Source: detnews.com
  • NFL morning after: Filling in the playoff picture

    Ten NFL Sundays down and seven to go, and I know who’s making the playoffs. OK, I might be wrong about a few, and in seven weeks you might remind me of this column and point out all the places where I was wrong and make me eat my words. But I actually t…
  • Lions vs. Bears: Six-year Soldier Field skid snapped

    The last time Detroit won at Soldier Field. Sunday was in 2007, which means Sunday's victory marked the first time most players on the Lions had beaten the Bears in Chicago.
    Source: detnews.com

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