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This schedule is much better than 2014

So, apparently if you lose a Super Bowl in agonizing fashion, you get a much friendlier schedule the next year.

For a team with the fourth-toughest schedule in the league (based on 2014 records), the Seahawks pulled as amenable a schedule as they could have requested Tuesday when the NFL released the full slate. 2,361 more words

Pete Carroll

Matthew Stafford - Kelly Hall Wedding Weekend Featured Calvin Johnson and Beer Olympics

















Matt Stafford and Kelly Hall got married this weekend. Teammates from the Detroit Lions (Calvin Johnson, Tahir Whitehead, Golden Tate) were in attendance, as well as a ton of Georgia bros and lady-bros. 68 more words


Golden Tate: Losing Suh doesn't add to pressure on the offense

The Lions offense struggled at times in 2014, but the team was able to advance to the postseason thanks to one of the best defenses in the league. 269 more words

Rumor Mill

It's official: Seahawks get four comp picks for the first time

It’s official. The Seahawks received four compensatory draft picks when they were announced today and will have 11, as expected.

It’s the first time since comp picks were introduced in 1994 — the year after salary-cap free agency was introduced in the NFL — that Seattle has netted the maximum four. 635 more words

John Schneider

New DT Tyrunn Walker: Lions ‘a perfect fit for me’

When Tyrunn Walker took his free-agent visit to the Lions last week, he said coaches assured him he wouldn’t be doing much two-gapping this fall. 693 more words


Golden Tate 2015 Fantasy Outlook

Golden Tate had a terrific 2014 season for the Lions. Coming over from Seattle, Tate signed with Detroit as a free agent to give Matthew Stafford… 233 more words

2015 Offseason

Without Suh, Lions Can Still Win

Most Lions fans had already come to grips with the fact that Ndomukong Suh was leaving the team this year.  So, with the news coming out on Sunday that the Miami Dolphins will sign him to a $114 million contract for 6 years, it shouldn’t surprise anyone. 417 more words

Detroit Lions