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  • NHL's Winter Classic has fit in among bowl games as a New Year's Day tradition

    With the phrase "bowl eligible" becoming the most meaningless words in sports and with the college bowl season now stretching for nearly three weeks, New Year's Day no longer belongs exclusively to the college kids. After all, after you've seen...
  • As season begins, Vegas sees a 49ers-Broncos Super Bowl and Eagles as a 60-to-1 longshot

     
    It's the most wonderful time of the year for Las Vegas where the sports books with all of their big-screen televisions and their giant scoreboards filled with flashing numbers all welcome the start of another NFL season. The major league baseball and...
  • Don't get them started on THAT team …

    Don't get them started on THAT team …
    No team gets Bears fans more worked up than Green Bay. Yet recently the Detroit Lions have crawled deeper beneath Chicago's skin. RedEye asked Bears fans to take stock of their emotions surrounding their NFC North rivals. 1. Describe your emotions...
  • NFC Hierarchy/Obituary with Week 16 in the books

     
    Obituaries this week: None. The Graveyard: Life Support: 9) Here's what the Giants need to make the playoffs after two consecutive embarrassing performances against the Falcons and Ravens: They need the Lions to beat the Bears at 1:00 on Sunday.......
  • Is there a dumber rule in all of sports than the rule that dinged the Detroit Lions today?

     
    The running back for the HoustonTexans was clearly down by contact, but the whistle didn't blow so he got up and galloped off to the end zone. It was the kind of rotten call by the refs for which replay......
  • NFC Hierarchy/Obituary with Week 12 in the books

     
    Obituaries this week: None The Graveyard: Life Support: 10) Ever since RB DeMarco Murray went down with an injury 7 games ago, the Cowboys have not been able to run the ball. Here is what they have gotten from their......
  • Lions Pull Off Last Second Touchdown for First Win of 2012

    Lions Pull Off Last Second Touchdown for First Win of 2012
    The Lions didn't always look pretty on Sunday afternoon, but they got the job done winning their first game of 2012. Detroit defeated St. Louis 27-23 after Matthew Stafford threw a touchdown to Kevin Smith  for his second touchdown of the day with...
  • Tim Tebow has impressed Detroit Coach Jim Schwartz

     
    Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher may not be impressed with Denver quarterback Tim Tebow, calling him a "good running back," but Tebow has impressed at least one person: Detroit Lions Coach Jim Schwartz....
  • Officials take a touchdown away from Lions

     
    In the second quarter at Green Bay, Detroit's Titus Young appeared to make a beautiful touchdown catch in the back corner of the end zone, hanging onto the ball and just getting his feet down before sailing out of bounds.......
  • Detroit Lions: Calvin Johnson, Barry Sanders make it a big night

     
    The Detroit Lions made the most of their first appearance on “Monday Night Football” in a decade, with a 24-13 comeback victory over NFC North rival Chicago Bears to improve to 5-0 for the first time since 1956, the year before their last...
  • Jason Campbell says he'll have surgery, could return in six weeks

     
    Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell said he will undergo surgery on his broken collarbone Monday and that he could be back in six weeks if everything goes well. Meanwhile, the Raiders are said to be seeking potential replacements, including...
  • Jon Gruden agrees to five more years on 'Monday Night Football'

     
    Jon Gruden has agreed to a contract extention with ESPN that will keep him in the booth as an analyst on "Monday Night Football" through the 2016 NFL season....