Category: Sports

Where does Jim Caldwell rank among Lions head coaches?

Every day for at least the next little while, we’ll take one reader question per day and expand on it some, as long as the questions are strong in quality — and so far, they have been. To submit a question, tweet using the hashtag #LionsMailbag on Twitter, email me at michael.rothstein@espn.com or drop me a note on Facebook here. This week, we’ve already covered the Matthew Stafford and Golden Tate benchingsand Laken Tomlinson’s future with the team. Now, on to today’s question. Still think it’s too early to really be having this conversation, but considering the Lions are a win or two away from...

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Seahawks Stifle the Detroit Lions for a Playoff Victory

The formula that has led the Seattle Seahawks to consistent success over the past five seasons returned. A healthy dose of rumbling on the ground, this time by Thomas Rawls. A few timely throws by Russell Wilson, along with some remarkable catches. And a defense that never allowed Detroit to sniff the end zone. Rawls set a franchise playoff record with 161 rushing yards, Paul Richardson made one of the catches of the year for a touchdown, and the Seahawks beat the Lions, 26-6, on Saturday in an N.F.C. wild-card game. Seattle won its 10th straight home playoff game,...

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Worthy to appeal dismissal of Cleaves’ rape case

Two weeks after a Flint judge dismissed rape charges against former MSU hoopster Mateen Cleaves, the Wayne County prosecutor has filed notice to appeal the ruling. Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Jason Williams filed a notice of appeal Monday with 7th Judicial Circuit Judge Archie Hayman in Genesee County. After a preliminary hearing, “there is insufficient evidence on charges,” 67th District Judge Cathy Dowd ruled on Dec. 5. “This case is dismissed.” Click here to read full story: Oralandar Brand-Williams , The Detroit...

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Andre Drummond gets in Twitter beef over support of Giants over Lions

Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond is catching flack today after tweeting support for his hometown New York Giants during their win over the Detroit Lions at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Drummond, who was born in Mount Vernon, N.Y. then played high school basketball in Connecticut and attended the University of Connecticut for one season before declaring for the 2012 NBA draft, saw Lions fans pummel his Twitter mentions after his initial “Lets go @Giants !!!!” tweet during the game. Click here to read full story: Marlowe Alter/Detroit Free Press Make sure you follow @910AMSuperstation on Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, SnapChat and...

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