Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by roscoe36, Oct 5, 2005.
http://www.lionbacker.com/?id=articles&sub=051005-paddle Great article. Food for thought....
That article was excellent. That writer probably put more thought into it than the coaching staff puts into their game plans.
Lions I hate the Lions. Actually, the truth is I hate that I love the Lions. That's the real problem. No matter how rediculously bad they are every year, no matter how many dumb moves they make, no matter how ill prepared and mismanaged they are, I keep coming back for more. Why the heck do we all stick with this team year in and year out? We're gluttons for punishment. For once I actually envy bandwagon jumpers.
Well the Glory days of the Lions were when they had Barry and at least made the playoffs most of the time. We need to bring back the glory days. And since Barry ain't coming back we should bring back the Buck..
Who'd a thunk it. How very sad. Those really were the Lions' glory days. Well, prior to Isiah, I think that the Pistons glory year was the year Ray Scott led them to the playoffs in the 70's and they lost in the first round to the (Bulls?) So maybe one day we will be complaining that the Lions only made it to the Super Bowl but weren't able to defend their title.
oh my.. tell me you didn't go there... lol!
Wayne Fontes I don't think even Big Buck wants a part of this mess.
Nice Read! "Twelve handoffs to Kevin Jones won't win any game and I'm beginning to think this offense couldn't be fixed by MacGyver if he had a $1 Million gift certificate to Sears. " Best line of the article. Nice find Micro!
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=smith_michael&id=2194878 After reading this article I don't know what to say. Perhaps we are the worst franchise in the league. To let stuff like that go on and to say it is no big deal as a GM that is pretty pathetic. Mooch has lost control not that he ever had it.
I can't see this as a real problem. Mooch is Millens whipping boy. You wanted this so tough it out. Mooch won't let this get too out of hand until he's ready to move on.
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