The Lions' pass protection generally held up well, something QB Matthew Stafford appreciated, he told PFW this week.
William Del Pilar updates you on the latest injury news for players such as Lance Moore and others, including their postseason fantasy value.
Though QB Matthew Stafford was left off the star-studded NFC's Pro Bowl QB roster, we hear there is no doubt the No. 1 pick has played this season to the level the Lions believed he would reach.
The NFL handed out fines on Friday for a fight between players from the Bears and Lions in last Sunday's game.
Five weeks after an impressive win vs. the Bears, the Lions were no match for Chicago in the rematch Sunday, and they appear vulnerable, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
In his rant this week, PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush prioritizes the chances for upset victories by the Green Bay's remaining opponents after its bye week.
Tebow-mania heads to Denver as the Broncos face the struggling Lions; AFC heavyweights New England and Pittsburgh could aim deep; Eagles-Cowboys is big; and more.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford is "day-to-day" after injuring his right ankle in Sunday's loss to the Falcons.
Jahvid Best's 88-yard run in the third quarter powered Detroit to a 24-13 win over Chicago on Monday night, giving the Lions a three-game edge over the Bears in the standings.
PFW caught up with Paul Allen, host on KFAN radio in Minnesota and the play-by-play announcer for the Vikings flagship station, as the Vikings host the Lions.
Detroit has a blue-chip go-to receiver and other capable options in the passing game, and it has a quarterback willing to use all of his options.
Pat Fitzmaurice was impressed with how Cam Newton picked apart the Cardinals' secondary. How will the rookie perform vs. the Packers?
PFW's editors select the seven quarterbacks under the most pressure heading into the season, led by Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb at No. 1.
Should Matthew Stafford be drafted as a No. 1 quarterback in fantasy leagues? William Del Pilar evaluates Stafford and his prospects for 2011.
Matthew Stafford threw for 200 yards and two touchdowns in less than a half, leading Detroit to a 34-10 win over New England on Saturday night.