Lions-Rams: Detroit’s Inexcusable Loss Sends Team Reeling

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by Michael Schottey in NFL
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Well, for those who thought this season might be different, the Detroit Lions have done it once again. Two weeks ago, the Lions had a few excuses in a 26-0 loss to Green Bayùinjuries, especially to first round picks Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson, left the team will little punch. Inactives on the defensive side, including starters Sammie Lee Hill, DeWayne White, and Ko Simpson, gave an already talent-starved team little hope. The loss in Week Eight against the St. Louis Rams has no excuse. The Detroit Lions lost in every facet of the game. á On Offense The Lions were terrible on offense from the outset of the game. On the opening drive, Kevin Smith appeared primed to set critics back as the Lions moved the ball well. Smith had 17 quick yards, and Maurice Morris and Aaron Brown both ...

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