It’s our final TiVo Time of the regular season. Here’s a quick, yet somewhat exhaustive, run through the Green Bay Packers win over the Detroit Lions. We’ve got all the scoring plays and the keys that led to them right here.
The Green Bay Packers beat the Detroit Lions in a wild shootout on Sunday in a meaningless game. Matt Flynn was a killer, but the Packers defense was weak. Here’s what we learned from a game that didn’t matter.
The Green Bay Packers seem to think the Detroit Lions are cheap… much like the rest of us. The Lions aren’t defending their actions, but the Packers sound like they’ll be ready on Sunday.
The Green Bay Packers plan on playing to beat the Detroit Lions in a meaningless week 17 game, but that doesn’t necessarily mean all the starters will play as much as they’re used to.
A friend of Green Bay Packers offensive line coach James Campen says the coach told Evan Dietrich-Smith to untie Ndamukong Suh’s shoes whenever possible when the teams met on Thanksgiving. The theory is it’s what led Suh to snap and get kicked out of that game.
We take one final, exhaustive look at the Green Bay Packers win over the Detroit Lions. Here are the key plays, who made them and who didn’t. This is the most in-depth look at the Packers Thanksgiving game anywhere.
The folks from Taiwan who produces those crazy animated videos about current events have whipped one up covering the Ndamukong Suh suspension. It’s as odd as you think and we’ve got it.
Detroit Lions shitbag Ndamukong Suh will get a two-game suspension for stomping Green Bay Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith. We’ve got the details and what it means to the Lions.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle and all-around shitbag Ndamukong Suh has apologized for stomping the Green Bay Packers Evan Dietrich-Smith during Thursday’s game, but he’s still expected to be suspended for at least two games.
The Detroit Lions were supposed to challenge the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving, but they didn’t do shit. We got drunk and they failed as a contender.
When the Green Bay Packers travel to Detroit for their Thanksgiving game against the Lions, you’re going to be treated to a halftime show featuring Nickelback, despite fan objections. That’s totally awesome, just like Nickelback’s music!
The NFL has tabbed Nickelback to play the Detroit Lions Thanksgiving tilt with the Green Bay Packers. Some fans in Detroit are trying to stop this obvious mistake before it happens. Here’s how you can help.
Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch goes Tebowing after sacking Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, then here’s your need to know!
Funny Or Die has given us the awesome tribute to the awesomeness that was Matt Millen when he ran the Detroit Lions. Based on Moneyball, Millenball sums up the Millen era nicely.
You’ve got to love the NFC North. Outside of Green Bay, it’s populated with a bunch of idiots. The Chicago Bears are run by idiots. Minnesota Vikings players can’t stop getting arrested. In Detroit, they may not be stupid, but we’ll bet the hype died down a little bit today.
The three teams competing for second place in the NFC North have been working real hard to take home that trophy this offseason. Here are the latest developments from Chicago, Minnesota and Detroit.
The Detroit Lions seem like an obvious suitor for free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, but are probably too cheap to pay him, which means the Lions secondary should resemble a sieve once again.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh probably should play for the Minnesota Vikings. Why? He’s just that stupid. Last week, Suh repeated a proclamation he made in March that everyone with good sense immediately dismissed and then forgot about — the Detroit Lions can go 16-0 this year.
We warned you this day was coming. The Detroit Lions, long the bottom feeder of the NFL, are suddenly relevant. No, it isn’t because they reeled off four victories to close the season. It isn’t because they have Pro Bowlers like Calvin Johnson and Ndamukong Suh.
The Detroit Lions actually looked like an NFL team in 2010, two seasons after going 0-16 and nine years after former team president Matt Millen began his single-handed demolition of the organization. After starting 2-10, the Lions reeled off four consecutive victories to finish 6-10. Now there’s discussion the Lions could be considered for a prime-time slot when the new schedule is announced.