Forget the swine flu, we have a bigger problem in Detroit—Feline flu. Until recently, the feline flu was not considered contagious. It appears this strain is mutating as evidence has surfaced that Tigers are now susceptible to the disease once only thought to plague Lions. Symptoms:
Lack of Offense
Lack of Defense
Inability to perform in the clutch
While the Lions have shown symptoms for nearly ten years, the Tigers began showing serious symptoms ten days ago.
Experts believe that exposure during the month of August may be to blame. Just as with other flu strains, proximity seems to play a major factor.
Finding a cure to the feline flu has remained difficult.
Marty Mornhinweg, Steve Mariucci, Dick Jauron, and Rod Marinelli have each faile ...
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Article written by Zac Snyder