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One thing you can count on with the Detroit Lions is that they are never, ever boring. Follow the latest news including injuries, roster moves and more here daily from Oakland Press beat writer Paula Pasche. Plus you'll find regular commentary about the team.


Join live chat on Detroit Lions at 3 p.m. on Thursday

ALLEN PARK — Lions got you down? Bring all your questions and comments to Thursday's live chat at 3 p.m. We'll discuss everything that ails the Lions (0-4), the only NFL team that has yet to win.

It doesn't get easier as the Lions prepare to play the Arizona Cardinals (3-1) at Ford Field on Sunday. It's the first of three straight home games for Detroit which played three of the first four on the road with two trips to the West Coast.

Join in, it's always fun. — Paula Pasche


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read a few of the comments from the chat and excuse me for roaring with laughter. Travis isn't as fiery as Dom. Well, Raiola was also the losingest player in the history of the NFL. Maybe it's Lombardi's fault. Or Martha's. Or her late husband's. Perhaps sun spots, global warming, or El Nino. How about a Bush/Clinton/Obama, or a Trump? Maybe it's a conspiracy dating all the way back to the Eisenhower days. It's always something with the lemmings that continue to blindly believe in these buffoons, and this year is no different. Even with a patsy schedule, the Lions caught every break imaginable last year to make the playoffs, and all the koolaiders can remember is one blown call in the Dallas game. As Mr. T was famous for saying, I pity the fools.

2:51 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dearest Paula. Though you've long been in, and worn out, your five reasons schtick regarding the Lions, it was interesting to note that you could recently come up with only three. Next it will be two, then one, then good luck trying to think of anything positive to say about the sad sacks they have once again become. You can root, root, root for for Mad magazine's Alfred E. Neuman to be President, but I'm pretty sure he has about the same chance of occupying the Oval Office as the Lions have of ever winning a Super Bowl. It's been a clown franchise from ownership on down since the 1950's. Everybody else has known it all along. When will you finally figure out the obvious?

2:25 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

have the fords ever lost money owning the lions and what year,s would that be?

6:31 PM 

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