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Jim Caldwell says there's not officiating bias against Detroit Lions

What a tease the Detroit Lions are. After starting the season 1-7, the Lions looked like they were on track for a top-five pick in next spring's NFL draft. Then they won three straight, and drafting Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa seemed like more LOUIS– Burning questions in the Lions' 21-14 loss to the... Read More »

Jim Caldwell says there's not officiating bias against Detroit Lions

But ask many Detroit Lions fans and they'll tell you nobody is on the wrong end of bad calls more than their team. Tight end Eric Ebron dumped gas on that fire following Detroit's 21-14 loss to the St. Louis Rams when he railed against the officials Calvin Johnson is on the brink of another... Read More »

Jim Caldwell says there's not officiating bias against Detroit Lions

Calvin Johnson is on the brink of another milestone. If the Lions receiver has 35 receiving yards today at St. Louis, he would reach 1,000 receiving yards for the seventh time in his nine-year career. Johnson turned 30 this season, and he's not putting For the second week in a row the Detroit Lions will... Read More »

Calvin Johnson vanishes from Detroit Lions offense

LOUIS — Calvin Johnson had played 132 regular-season games for the Detroit Lions heading into this one. And he had at least one catch in every single one of them. But that streak came dangerously close to ending during an uncharacteristically quiet KEY INJURIES: For the Lions, Calvin Johnson (ankle) and Glover Quin (ankle) did... Read More »

Lions' Ebron rips officials after latest bad call

LOUIS– Burning questions in the Lions' 21-14 loss to the Rams – how they reacted coming back from the stunning loss to Green Bay, the impact of a highly questionable chop-block penalty called against the Lions, and what another loss means to a team KEY INJURIES: For the Lions, Calvin Johnson (ankle) and Glover Quin... Read More »

Lions' Ebron rips officials after latest bad call

ST. LOUIS – The Detroit Lions were on the wrong end of another blown officiating call in Sunday's 21-14 loss to the St. Louis Rams, and while coach Jim Caldwell continues to insist there are bigger issues holding his team back, one prominent player ST. LOUIS – The Detroit Lions were on the wrong end... Read More »

Lions' Ebron rips officials after latest bad call

KEY INJURIES: For the Lions, Calvin Johnson (ankle) and Glover Quin (ankle) did not practice on Friday. Both are questionable along with Ezekiel Ansah, LB Travis Lewis, Lance Moore, Michael Ola, Caraun Reid and Travis Swanson. For the Rams, OL  KEY INJURIES: For the Lions, Calvin Johnson (ankle) and Glover Quin (ankle) did not practice... Read More »

Lions' Ebron rips officials after latest bad call

Mike O'Hara shares his final thoughts heading into the Lions-Rams matchup including a rookie guard holding his own, the Ansah man and more. ST. LOUIS –Final thoughts for the Lions-Rams game – rookie guard holding his own, Ziggy making big plays,  Let's hope that Matthew Stafford's improved play and the subsequent recent success of the... Read More »

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