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Six Points: Cardinals vs. Lions

The listless Detroit Lions (0-4) will host a potent Arizona Cardinals (3-1) team at Ford Field in Week 5. The Cardinals should be able to blow out the NFL's only remaining team without a win, but there are ways in which the Lions can steal their first victory of the season on Sunday. Will Detroit's Jim Caldwell devise a winning game plan, or will Arizona's Bruce Arians be the wiser...
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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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21 hours ago  |  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...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Day after blown call, Caldwell orders players to shut up about it

  Jim Caldwell wants to turn his focus to Detroit's next game -- and he's insisting his players do the same. No more talk about the controversial ending in Monday night's loss at Seattle. "I'm going to tell them not to talk about it," Caldwell said Tuesday. "We can't be hanging on something that happened a night ago that we can do nothing about." Caldwell says he doesn't want the...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Lions' Caldwell says he's done talking about controversial play

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- Jim Caldwell doesn't want to talk any more about the controversial way his Detroit Lions lost Monday night -- and he doesn't want his players talking about it either. Caldwell says he doesn't want the Lions to be distracted by more discussion of Calvin Johnson's fumble on Detroit's final possession in a loss to Seattle. The ball was knocked out of the back...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Caldwell talks illegal bat, Lions' 0-4 start (VIDEO)

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Via Fox Sports Detroit
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Three ways Jim Caldwell is handling the Detroit Lions 0-3 start

The Detroit Lions stand at a completely defeated season right now, leaving their record at 0-3. Many are blaming these losses on the struggling quarterback Matthew Stafford, and some are blaming them on the offensive play calling done by Joe Lombardi. Whatever the case is, coach Jim Caldwell has commented on how he is handling the stress and embarrassment of losing the first three...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Lions unusually calm, confident in face of 0-4 start to 2015 season

The Detroit Lions are the NFL's only team without a win and they face the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night. Although an 0-4 start seems like a very real possibility, Lions head coach Jim Caldwell is surprisingly optimistic."I think our team is right there," Caldwell said, per Kyle Meinke of "You just can't see it, but we can."Caldwell's players share his mentality heading...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Lions coach Caldwell sticking with Lombardi to call plays

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell says he is not taking play-calling duties away from offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi. Caldwell, though, says he understands why critical questions are being asked Monday one day after his team fell to 0-3. He has hope the Lions can have success on offense, pointing to how they were "humming along pretty well," in the preseason...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Comcast calls Jim Caldwell a bad word

It’s Jim Caldwell’s second year as the Lions head coach and he still can’t get out of Jim Schwartz’ ugly/losing shadow, at least in Comcast Xfinity’s eyes. Sure the Lions may have played like a Schwartz-coached team, but there’s no comparison beyond that. reddit
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
23 days ago  |  Discuss

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