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UAWBigDog

Re: Lions
« Reply #40 on: January 05, 2015, 11:22:12 AM »

Nice run , it was fun while it lasted. Penalty's and a few bad calls, seems to follow the Lions around  every year. I hope to see a Lions championship in  my life time. GO LIONS!!!


What nice run??? They won 11 games for the first time since 1991. A nice run would have been 4 straight winning seasons along with an NFC Championship and maybe a trip to the Super Bowl before getting a wild card berth and getting knocked off in the first round. That's a nice run.

Good teams in the NFL find a way to win NO MATTER WHAT!!! Good teams win despite bad calls, stupid penalties, poor play, etc., NO MATTER WHAT!!! That said, the Detroit Lions are not a good team. Good teams in the NFL consistently string 3 to 4 winning seasons together in a row. Again, that said, the Detroit Lions are not a good team............yet...........but they have made strides in the right direction. We will see what the off season brings which will make the 2015 season very interesting.

This is just good common sense, not emotion. We all know that pro football can be very emotional to the typical fan. We have wanted a winning football team here for so long that a lot of this is emotional. I get caught up in that too. I try not to so that I am not disappointed when we lose a game like yesterday that we all know as football fans the Detroit Lions should have won..............if they were a good team. NOT!!


BD.                       ;D
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bigjc

Re: Lions
« Reply #41 on: January 05, 2015, 11:51:44 AM »

Fortunately I didn't get caught up in the "what if!"  I knew that they either loose this week or next.  They were clearly not a championship team!
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UAWBigDog

Re: Lions
« Reply #42 on: January 05, 2015, 12:00:27 PM »

Fortunately I didn't get caught up in the "what if!"  I knew that they either loose this week or next.  They were clearly not a championship team!

Finally.......a logical man with common sense taking a common sense approach.  8)  ;)


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Re: Lions
« Reply #43 on: January 05, 2015, 01:42:39 PM »

Fire the OC.
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bigjc

Re: Lions
« Reply #44 on: January 05, 2015, 04:17:13 PM »

Rush Limbaugh had an interesting take on this discussion this afternoon:  he basically said that they ref. that threw the flag was intending to call "face guarding," which is no longer a rules violation in the NFL.  I don't care what you call it, that was clearly pass interference, or we might as well quit calling pass interference all together.

Rush's second point was that there should have clearly been a personal foul violation on the Dallas player who entered the playing field without a helmet to argue with the officiating crew.

Either way, it is a huge black mark on the NFL, that will not soon be forgotten, at least in the "D."

And thanks BD, see you Friday...
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