The Detroit Lions had their Matt Millen removed four years ago and the their vital signs have improved dramatically since then. In fact, our Naughty Nurse of analysis took the former sad-sack franchise off life support in 2011.
The Detroit Lions are in the playoffs for the first time since the 1999 season. Their ability to do more than play on Wild Card Weekend will depend on their ability to answer these three questions.
The Detroit Lions have fought their opponents and themselves all season to reach this point. They can begin speculating about post-season opponents if they take care of business on Saturday.
The Detroit Lions have created a lot of excitement with the improvement of their level of play this season. They’ve also had a couple of incidents they likely hope will fade quickly into the background.
Matthew Stafford reconnected with his main target, Calvin Johnson, for 214-yards and two touchdowns. One more victory in their last two games gets them to a place the Detroit Lions haven’t been in over a decade.