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Three Detroit Lions headlines you may have missed

Life is busy. So it’s hard to keep up with everything that’s going on with the Lions at all times. To make it a little easier on you, I’ll take you through some of the Lions headlines that maybe you missed. Or if you have a job and kids, probably just didn’t have time to read. Remember this is my opinion on the matter. Jim Caldwell: Struggling Eric Ebron ‘will be fine...
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Lions HC Jim Caldwell on his job security: 'I don't think about it'

Lions head coach Jim Caldwell has led his team to a 3-7 record so far this season. Jake Roth USA TODAY SportsHow does one handle the stress of being on a hot seat? Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell just ignores it.After winning two consecutive games, Caldwell laid into a reporter who asked about his job security with the Lions. He accused the reporter of being "fixated" on the...
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Jim Caldwell: Stop asking about my job status

Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell knows his job is on the line, and he’s repeatedly criticized for asking about his status at the helm. According to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Caldwell interrupted a question about how the team’s two-game winning streak has impacted his job security. “You must be fixated on that or something, aren’t you? That must be...
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Jim Caldwell's simple question led to Lions' rare win at Lambeau

Lions head coach Jim Caldwell asked his players why they couldn't be the ones to beat the Packers on the road. Tim Fuller USA TODAY SportsAfter 23 consecutive losses at Lambeau Field, the Detroit Lions shocked the Green Bay Packers with an 18-16 win on the road last Sunday. For a struggling Lions team, it was an emotional victory over a divisional powerhouse.Detroit's motivation...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns among teams potentially interested in Stafford

The Detroit Lions’ season is a mess and so it’s being wondered if they might move on from 27-year-old quarterback Matthew Stafford. As a Cleveland Browns fan and follower, the concept seems ludicrous to consider as we’re left discussing the lesser evil between a young party-boy and his 36-year-old, octogenarian, block-headed1 mentor. So, when Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Stafford backs coach’s ‘dungeon of doom’ media comments

While he didn’t use the same colorful terminology as Jim Caldwell, Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford more or less agreed with his head coach’s assessment that the local media has been unduly negative of late about the team. At 1-7, the Lions again are in the midst of yet another disappointing season. Caldwell earlier this week bemoaned the negativity that pervades...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Caldwell rips Detroit media for negativity

The Lions are coming off their worst loss of the season — a 45-10 shellacking in London at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs that dropped Detroit’s record to an NFL-worst 1-7. Yet, for some reason, Jim Caldwell still expects the media to play nice. On Tuesday, Caldwell spent some time complaining to reporters...Read More
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Caldwell blames Lions players for offensive problems

The Detroit Lions are the only team in the NFL that hasn’t won a game. It takes a collective lack of effort to start off a season 0-5, but most of the talk around Detroit has been about bad play-calling and a scheme that is too predictable. Head coach Jim Caldwell doesn’t believe the system...Read More
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October 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Lions owner Martha Ford is not happy with NFL about blown call on MNF

After a blown call cost the Detroit Lions a win against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night in Week 4, it’s not surprising to hear team owner Martha Ford is upset with the NFL. Ford hasn’t made a public statement about the matter, and the Lions have been maintaining praiseworthy discipline as an organization about not making a huge fuss publicly about the missed call. Head...
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October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Jim Caldwell telling Lions to not talk about controversial call

The Detroit Lions lost on Monday night in part because of a missed call when Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright illegally batted a fumble out of the end zone, but Lions coach Jim Caldwell needs the team to refocus. According to ESPN’s Michael Rothstein, Caldwell said he plans to tell the players to not talk about the missed call, because there’s nothing they can do about...
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October 07, 2015  |  Discuss

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