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Re: Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #40 on: October 10, 2011, 07:22:06 AM »
I'll just stick to Detroit teams in future.:-)

For once, that's actually a good idea

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #41 on: October 11, 2011, 03:25:41 AM »
clintclint:

What the hell is going on with your Lion's??? :023: :023: :023:
I thought Ndamukong Suh would have had Cutler broken in half and out of the game by now.
Come on!!!
I hate all Chicago teams save the Blackhawks!!!
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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #42 on: October 11, 2011, 03:47:49 AM »
clintclint:

What the hell is going on with your Lion's??? :023: :023: :023:
I thought Ndamukong Suh would have had Cutler broken in half and out of the game by now.
Come on!!!
I hate all Chicago teams save the Blackhawks!!!


Cutler is scrambling and pulling plays out of his arse, he's been very lucky the Lions haven't snapped him in half yet.
As much as I enjoy our mutual hate of all Chicago teams, I might have to take you to task on the whole Blackhawks thing...GO WINGS


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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #43 on: October 11, 2011, 03:56:52 AM »
clintclint:

What the hell is going on with your Lion's??? :023: :023: :023:
I thought Ndamukong Suh would have had Cutler broken in half and out of the game by now.
Come on!!!
I hate all Chicago teams save the Blackhawks!!!


Cutler is scrambling and pulling plays out of his arse, he's been very lucky the Lions haven't snapped him in half yet.
As much as I enjoy our mutual hate of all Chicago teams, I might have to take you to task on the whole Blackhawks thing...GO WINGS

I just don't "hate" the Blackhawks. Carolina Hurricanes are my first chioce. Red Wings are legend!
I do hate Chicago teams though. The ESPN Bartman piece just reminded me of how much I hate them. They are all losers and drunks.

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #44 on: October 11, 2011, 08:53:30 PM »
clintclint:

What the hell is going on with your Lion's??? :023: :023: :023:
I thought Ndamukong Suh would have had Cutler broken in half and out of the game by now.
Come on!!!
I hate all Chicago teams save the Blackhawks!!!


Cutler is scrambling and pulling plays out of his arse, he's been very lucky the Lions haven't snapped him in half yet.
As much as I enjoy our mutual hate of all Chicago teams, I might have to take you to task on the whole Blackhawks thing...GO WINGS

I just don't "hate" the Blackhawks. Carolina Hurricanes are my first chioce. Red Wings are legend!
I do hate Chicago teams though. The ESPN Bartman piece just reminded me of how much I hate them. They are all losers and drunks.

Chicago fans are some of the most obnoxious and arrogant I have ever met, but actually I don't mind Hawks fans who have been there through thick and thin, its more the ones who have jumped on the band wagon lately and think they are god's gift to hockey.

No problems hear with the Cane's, hoping Skinner can match his rookie yr, the kid is sick.

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #45 on: October 11, 2011, 08:55:51 PM »
Another huge win for my Lions, the offense looked awesome last night.


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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #46 on: October 12, 2011, 11:00:32 PM »
I'll just stick to Detroit teams in future.:-)

For once, that's actually a good idea
looking a very good idea on both fronts, could it be a double year?

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #47 on: October 13, 2011, 01:19:43 AM »
I'll just stick to Detroit teams in future.:-)

For once, that's actually a good idea
looking a very good idea on both fronts, could it be a double year?

Not going to get greedy here, but man it would be nice!!!

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #48 on: October 14, 2011, 02:05:41 PM »
I'll just stick to Detroit teams in future.:-)

For once, that's actually a good idea
looking a very good idea on both fronts, could it be a double year?

Not going to get greedy here, but man it would be nice!!!
Still hanging in there on the Baseball side of things after last nights game which i watched on ESPN over here.


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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #49 on: October 16, 2011, 04:59:03 PM »
Anyway back to football...can the lions make it six in a row today?

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #50 on: October 17, 2011, 12:10:43 AM »
can the lions make it six in a row today?
No and I was really cheering for them to make it to 6-0. I took the Lions and the points. Really liked it how the Lions coach  got into with the 49ers coach after the game.
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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #51 on: October 17, 2011, 01:46:27 AM »
can the lions make it six in a row today?
No and I was really cheering for them to make it to 6-0. I took the Lions and the points. Really liked it how the Lions coach  got into with the 49ers coach after the coach.

Tough loss, Real shite wkend for all Michigan sports, unless your a MSU fan fp.gif


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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #52 on: October 22, 2011, 01:10:45 AM »
can the lions make it six in a row today?
No and I was really cheering for them to make it to 6-0. I took the Lions and the points. Really liked it how the Lions coach  got into with the 49ers coach after the coach.

Tough loss, Real shite wkend for all Michigan sports, unless your a MSU fan fp.gif

It was tough weekend. I have some Michigan natives in a club I belong to that have been on cloud nine over the Tigers and Lions.

Niners are rolling again, for some reason I could care less though they are my team. Ever since John York took over the team from Eddie D, I have never been able to muster the passion for the franchise again.

Looking forward to seeing the Lions continue to roll.

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #53 on: November 22, 2011, 01:25:32 PM »
With the Packers coming to town for Turkey Day, it seems like a good time to revive this thread.

Don't know what the spread is, but does anyone favor the Lions for an upset on Thursday? The comeback on Sunday was impressive...except it was the Panthers. I haven't seen much of the Lions on TV, but if Kevin Smith keeps running for yards and yards and Stafford has a hot hand....  Surely the Packers have better personnel overall, but could Thursday belong to the Lions?

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #54 on: November 22, 2011, 02:37:58 PM »
With the Packers coming to town for Turkey Day, it seems like a good time to revive this thread.

Don't know what the spread is, but does anyone favor the Lions for an upset on Thursday? The comeback on Sunday was impressive...except it was the Panthers. I haven't seen much of the Lions on TV, but if Kevin Smith keeps running for yards and yards and Stafford has a hot hand....  Surely the Packers have better personnel overall, but could Thursday belong to the Lions?

No. Who's going to beat the Packers? Well coached team with just too many weapons.


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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #55 on: November 22, 2011, 08:26:12 PM »
With the Packers coming to town for Turkey Day, it seems like a good time to revive this thread.

Don't know what the spread is, but does anyone favor the Lions for an upset on Thursday? The comeback on Sunday was impressive...except it was the Panthers. I haven't seen much of the Lions on TV, but if Kevin Smith keeps running for yards and yards and Stafford has a hot hand....  Surely the Packers have better personnel overall, but could Thursday belong to the Lions?

No. Who's going to beat the Packers? Well coached team with just too many weapons.

Hey the Lions were the 2nd to last team to beat them in regular season (last year 7-3 @home), plus they are not as good as expected on defense and have played a weaker schedule. If anybody can beat them it's the Lions on Thanksgiving, hopefully w/ me there.

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #56 on: November 23, 2011, 02:38:09 AM »
With the Packers coming to town for Turkey Day, it seems like a good time to revive this thread.

Don't know what the spread is, but does anyone favor the Lions for an upset on Thursday? The comeback on Sunday was impressive...except it was the Panthers. I haven't seen much of the Lions on TV, but if Kevin Smith keeps running for yards and yards and Stafford has a hot hand....  Surely the Packers have better personnel overall, but could Thursday belong to the Lions?

No. Who's going to beat the Packers? Well coached team with just too many weapons.

Hey the Lions were the 2nd to last team to beat them in regular season (last year 7-3 @home), plus they are not as good as expected on defense and have played a weaker schedule. If anybody can beat them it's the Lions on Thanksgiving, hopefully w/ me there.

It would be nice if they did Mr James. I'm not a Packer fan nor am I a Packer hater either. But it would be nice if the Lions won, I just do not see it though. I will watch on telly whilst chewing through the bird.

I am becoming so American it is not even funny. Next thing you know I'll be going to watch the Rockettes at the Radio Music Hall followed by pepper spraying those annoying demonstrators that doesn't know what they are protesting against but needs a bath badly...

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #57 on: November 29, 2011, 07:04:05 PM »
Suh gets a 2 game suspension for that idiotic stomp against the Packers lineman (shouldn't this thread be changed to the PACK R MASSIVE? :022:). He's the most talented young defensive player in the game, but unless he adjusts his game from being a 'dirty' player (which even Lions fans can't deny) to an aggressive dominant player he is capable of being the Lions won't take the next step.


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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #58 on: November 30, 2011, 10:10:21 AM »
Suh gets a 2 game suspension for that idiotic stomp against the Packers lineman (shouldn't this thread be changed to the PACK R MASSIVE? :022:). He's the most talented young defensive player in the game, but unless he adjusts his game from being a 'dirty' player (which even Lions fans can't deny) to an aggressive dominant player he is capable of being the Lions won't take the next step.
He is a dirty player and has proven that with his actions over and over again.

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Re: DETROIT LIONS ARE MASSIVE
« Reply #59 on: December 06, 2011, 05:15:01 AM »
We are still massive. 7-5 in detroit is like being 12-0 for the rest of the league.