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  • W2W4: Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers

    ALLEN PARK, Mich.  The Detroit Lions are taking on the Green Bay Packers in an NFC North divisional game Sunday. Here are some things to watch during the rivalry game.

    48 minutes ago | Michael Rothstein
  • Twitter mailbag: Tough early questions

     

    about 2 hours ago
  • Lions mailbag: How is Nick Fairley doing?

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- When Nick Fairley shows up on the injury report, as he did this week, it inevitably leads to a ton of Nick Fairley questions.So Fairley dominates this week's Detroit Lions Mailbag, filled with your questions -- including a fun one at the bottom.

    about 4 hours ago | Michael Rothstein
  • DeAndre Levy turning into one of NFL's top linebackers

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Before Jim Caldwell even coached DeAndre Levy, he had a good idea of what he would be getting in an outside linebacker. All he needed to do was remember back to last season.

    about 18 hours ago | Michael Rothstein
  • Vaughn, Waddle out for Lions vs. Packers

    The Detroit Lions will be without their third starting slot cornerback in as many weeks.Cassius Vaughn, who was slated to take over for Nevin Lawson after he took over for Bill Bentley, is out Sunday against Green Bay with an ankle injury after missing practice Thursday and Friday.

    about 20 hours ago | Michael Rothstein
  • Know the enemy: Lions on Jordy Nelson

    ALLEN PARK, Mich.  Since coming into the NFL, Jordy Nelson has been a good target for Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.This season, though, the former Kansas State receiver has been playing at an even higher level.

    about 22 hours ago | Michael Rothstein
  • Ryan Broyles hoping to see field for Lions

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Hes healthy now, perhaps healthier than any other time in his NFL career. And that, more than anything, is what frustrates Detroit Lions receiver Ryan Broyles.

    about 23 hours ago | Michael Rothstein
  • Packers will beat Lions

    ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- It would be easy to point to Aaron Rodgers 9-1 record against Detroit and say as long as hes playing, Green Bay will win.

    about 23 hours ago | Michael Rothstein