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Lions: Look to the skies
By Katie Koss - SportingNews

WHAT'S NEW

Matt Millen has taken his share of shots for his draft-day blunders -- most of which have been warranted -- but he finally might have gotten things right. At the risk of sounding like the girl who cried "Touchdown," the Lions finally have a.ssembled the weapons to make their air show must-see TV. Wide receiver Calvin Johnson, the can't-miss kid of the 2007 draft class, will keep defenses from doubling up on Roy Williams, who is on the cusp of becoming a bona fide stud. Add in speedy free-agent pickup Shaun McDonald and holdover Mike Furrey, and opposing secondaries are going to have their hands full.

While the passing game figures to take off, the running game could be stuck in neutral. The Lions should get a boost from a revamped line, which features new starters at left guard (Edwin Mulitalo, signed from Baltimore) and right tackle (George Foster, signed from Denver). But questions abound in the backfield. Newcomer Tatum Bell could offer some flash, particularly on outside runs and as a receiver, but he has yet to prove he can handle the full load and likely will share carries with Kevin Jones -- once Jones is fully recovered from foot surgery, that is. T.J. Duckett, another offseason addition, likely will be used as the battering ram in short-yardage and goal-line situations.

The defense remains a work in progress -- progress that will be impeded by the loss of players such as CB Dre' Bly, DE James Hall and DT Marcus Bell. Even if DT Shaun Rogers is healthy, the Lions did little to improve a flagging pass rush (30 sacks last season), adding only Bucs DE Dewayne White. Couple that with a secondary that is riddled with holes, and this is a can-miss unit.

# Lions depth chart | Lions 2006 stats



Projected draft round
Player Round
Jon Kitna, QB 10-11
Kevin Jones, RB 7
Tatum Bell, RB 7-8
Roy Williams, WR 3
Calvin Johnson, WR 5
Dan Campbell, TE DND
Jason Hanson, K 17
Defense/special teams DND
Draft position based on a standard 12-team combined scoring and yardage league with a 17-round draft. DND: Do not draft.

5-Star Players

Roy Williams, WR. Despite facing plenty of double coverage, Williams put up career totals in receptions (82) and yards (1310) in 2006. He needs to work on his focus in terms of hauling in passes, but Williams has the size (6-3, 212) to be an imposing target and make an impact in the red zone, as well as the speed to pick up yards after the catch. Set aside any fears that Williams won't be targeted enough in the Lions' loaded receiving corps; there will be plenty of balls to go around. With a year in coordinator Mike Martz's complex scheme under his belt and a couple of newcomers to help take the heat off him, Williams should achieve elite status this season.

4-Star Players

Calvin Johnson. No doubt, there's a lot to love about Johnson, from his rare size (6-5, 235) to his speed to his sticky fingers. And in limited work so far with the Lions, he has looked sharp. But keep in mind, he is still a rookie who is learning a complex offensive scheme, and having incredible physical talent won't make him immune to growing pains. Will he make an impact in his first NFL season? Absolutely. Mike Furrey flourished as second banana to Roy Williams last season, so you can bet your boots Mike Martz will find ways to exploit matchups that favor Johnson. But don't overdraft the rookie; in the most recent Fantasy Source experts mock draft, Johnson came off the board in Round 6. For now, he is a No. 2 receiver whose value is a little greater in keeper leagues.

Key additions: RB Tatum Bell, RB T.J. Duckett, T George Foster, WR Shaun McDonald, G Edwin Mulitalo, DE Dewayne White.
Key losses: DT Marcus Bell, CB Dre' Bly, DE James Hall, S Terrence Holt, QB Josh McCown, TE Marcus Pollard.

3-Star Players

Jon Kitna, QB. Before you wrinkle your nose and dismiss Kitna as washed up, take a look at his 2006 stats. He threw 21 touchdown passes in 2006, good for ninth in the NFL. Heaven knows he needs to cut down on interceptions -- he was picked an abominable 22 times last season, but there are reasons for hope. An improved line should keep Kitna's jersey considerably cleaner this season, and Kitna and his receivers should be more in sync in 2007 after working in Martz's scheme for a season. Add to that the fact that Kitna has even more dangerous receiving options and likely will get plenty of opportunities to throw, and he is a sneaky sleeper pick in drafts this year.

Jason Hanson, K. Hanson always has been a steady option at kicker, and playing in an indoor environment makes him a little more attractive as the temperatures drop. In 2006, he went 29-for-33 on field goals and a perfect 30-for-30 on extra points to register his best season points-wise in nearly a decade. His accuracy waivers on deep kicks, though; he is 5-for-10 on kicks of 50 yards or longer the past two seasons. An improved offense could give him more shots this season -- and make him worthy of a regular roster spot. For now, though, he is better suited to be a bye-week replacement.

2-Star Players

Kevin Jones, RB. My stance on Jones heading into this season is the same as it was heading into last season: I consider him guilty until proven innocent. Yes, he has the talent to break into your lineup, and he has showed a nose for the end zone as a rusher and receiver. But talent doesn't mean squat if you can't stay on the field. Jones has yet to prove he can do that -- the three-year veteran has yet to make it through a full NFL season, and there are whispers that he may miss the first six weeks of the season as he continues to recover from a Lisfranc fracture in his foot. Then there's the fact that he caught a severe case of fumblitis (5 fumbles in 12 games) in '06. And the fact he likely will be sharing carries with Bell even when he is healthy. Any way you slice it, you're taking a gamble if you count on Jones as a fantasy starter, particularly early on.

Tatum Bell, RB. After being part of Mike Shanahan's revolving back situation in Denver, Bell finds himself in another likely timeshare situation in Detroit, where Mike Martz will look to get both his top backs touches. However, Kevin Jones' pain could be Tatum's gain early on, as the Lions may be forced to give Bell the bulk of the carries. But after running for 1,025 yards last season, he might have a tougher time finding holes behind the Lions' weaker line. Two other strikes against Bell: his drop in TD production (only 2 TDs in '06, compared to 8 in '05) and his fumbling (5 lost fumbles in '06). Still, Bell has the speed to break runs to the outside and provides a solid threat as a receiver out of the backfield. He also has been working his way into the coaches' good graces with his work in camps, which could give him a shot at stealing touches from Jones.

Ernie Sims, LB. IDP owners looking for a draft-day steal should cast an eye in Sims' direction. The speedy weakside linebacker proved to be a tackling machine as a rookie, leading the Lions with 124. Look for him to continue that trend this season while also making a greater big-play impact.

1-Star Players

Mike Furrey, WR. Furrey was a fantasy find for owners lucky enough to scoop him up off waivers last season. He took advantage of opponents' willingness to overplay Roy Williams to lead the NFC in receptions and haul in six touchdowns. Don't expect the same magic this season, though, with Calvin Johnson a.ssuming the No. 2 role. Furrey still will get opportunities in the Lions' multi-receiver sets, but not enough to make him more than a bench consideration for your roster.

T.J. Duckett, RB. Duckett isn't expected to get regular touches -- even in the Lions' shaky backfield -- although his role could expand if Kevin Jones spends extended time on the PUP list. But Duckett's size (6-0, 254) makes him a prime candidate to be Detroit's go-to inside back in short-yardage and goal-line situations. That gives him increased value from a touchdowns standpoint, but not enough to make an impact on your roster. More than anything, his presence diminishes the opportunities Jones and Tatum Bell might get for touchdown rushes.

0-Star Players

Defense/special teams. The Lions are banking on coach Rod Marinelli's ability to turn around a woebegone defense. That doesn't mean you should do the same for your fantasy roster. In Fantasy Source's defense/special teams rankings, the Lions come in at No. 31, edging only the Texans. There are far too many holes, particularly in the secondary, which lost its marquee playmaker in Dre' Bly. You'd be better served drafting Barry Sanders as your running back than you would drafting this unit.

Shaun McDonald, WR. Talk about bad luck -- McDonald jumped from one crowded receiving corps (the Rams') to another. Though he has speed to burn and occasionally will provide a nice deep threat, don't count on McDonald making much of a fantasy impact unless someone ahead of him gets injured.

Dan Campbell, TE. Even with Marcus Pollard out of the picture, don't expect Campbell to be more than a fringe contributor and safety valve option in the Lions' offense. There are simply too many other dynamic receiving weapons, and Campbell's greatest strength is as a blocker. He shouldn't register a blip on your draft-day radar.

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Ultimate Fantasy Football Tip: Jon Kitna ($6 million) is in an offense that leans heavily on the pass. If Kitna would cut down his interceptions, he might even become more than just a bye-week fill-in. As it is, he compares favorably with the quarterbacks in his price range.
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Coaching: Rod Marinelli had to expend a lot of energy in Year 1 at the Lions' helm simply trying to change the culture in the locker room. With a foundation set, he should be able to build this season. It helps that he now has a defensive coordinator (Joe Barry, previously with the Bucs) who shares his defensive vision and will adhere more closely to the basics of the one-gap scheme. Expect less blitzing than you saw last season under deposed coordinator Donnie Henderson. Conversely, look for Mike Martz to open up the playbook on offense. After facing a steep learning curve in their first year with Martz, players should be more comfortable in the offense, particularly the receivers and quarterbacks, who had to adjust to a passing game predicated on timing. That, in turn, will cut down on mistakes and improve efficiency. Though the Lions likely will strive for a bit more balance on offense last season -- they threw the ball an NFL-high 66 percent of the time last season -- with Martz at the controls, the passing game will remain king and feature plenty of multiple-receiver sets.

Offensive line: On the plus side, the Lions' line should be improved in 2007 -- but that doesn't take much, following a season in which it gave up 63 sacks, second-most in the NFL. The Lions also had the third-worst red-zone touchdown efficiency in the NFL last season and were terrible in third-and-short situations, converting 47.9 percent of opportunities (ranked 29th in NFL). Edwin Mulitalo and George Foster provide experienced upgrades and will be counted on to use their muscle to improve Detroit's woeful showing in the trenches. It is also imperative for the linemen to cut down on penalties this season.

Schedule analysis:

Schedule analysis: Detroit Lions. The schedule makers did the Lions no favors; they're the only NFC team with a strength of schedule ranked higher than .500. In addition to squaring off against the Bears' top-ranked defense twice a year, and the other two defenses in the division (Packers and Vikings) both are on-the-rise units. Out-of-division games don't offer much reprieve; the Lions will have their hands full against formidable AFC West opponents such as the Chargers and Broncos and NFC East heavies such as the Eagles and Cowboys. Fantasy Strength of Schedule: 9th toughest (or 24th easiest).
 10 years ago '04        #123
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Detroit Lions
1-0-0, 2nd NFC North (Preseason)

Injuries
Injuries
Player Status Injury
C. FitzSimmons TE Out Shoulder
T. Lehman LB Questionable Hamstring
E. Drummond WR Questionable Ankle
Injured Reserve
Player Status Injury
D. Stanton QB IR Right knee
 08-14-2007, 06:11 AM         #124
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green bay.. who is favre thrown to beside Driver?? who is running the ball for you guys?????

Defense is solid but as much as I like favre he has no weapons....
 08-14-2007, 03:45 PM         #126
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 Lord™Mason™ said:
green bay.. who is favre thrown to beside Driver?? who is running the ball for you guys?????

Defense is solid but as much as I like favre he has no weapons....
cchill maann favre makes wr's

got DD..got jeenings...got bubba ( but i dunno what he gona do..he cna still catch tho)

got tha new cat jones.......



whos running ??....the rookie ...brandon jackson....mha n*gga lookin like dorsey levens

but we shall wait and see

lions highlight reel is this long <_____________________________________>
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who ???? jennings....


bubba is washed up and
my dude favre knows it.... Donald Driver is your only option...

and I dont even know who your back is.... after najeh davenport left, ahmad green too, :wtf: whats your back name...

I can't wait till we play ya'll another easy win........ if all goes well this season...
 08-15-2007, 06:16 AM         #128
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 Lord™Mason™ said:
who ???? jennings....


bubba is washed up and
my dude favre knows it.... Donald Driver is your only option...

and I dont even know who your back is.... after najeh davenport left, ahmad green too, :wtf: whats your back name...

I can't wait till we play ya'll another easy win........ if all goes well this season...
son dont play your self you know who jeenings is

he the one that caught a 75 yard pass = brett favre 400 TD..on yall 3 game last year..jeening had 170 yards on yall and 2 tds

and then at week 15.....we murked yall again....ssoooooooo damn ..... we jsut be murkin yall
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still who?? he is a nobody..... our 4th string WR is better than that guy... LMAOO

but no diss tho

we will see ,

put a gentleman's bet for that game if u r around
 08-16-2007, 05:57 AM         #130
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 Lord™Mason™ said:


still who?? he is a nobody..... our 4th string WR is better than that guy... LMAOO

but no diss tho

we will see ,

put a gentleman's bet for that game if u r around
YES...see bra..thats what im talkin bout

we can still talk sh*t...but all in all its just bs

cause we still gona wait and see the out come of the game...lota people on here be just buggin out soon as you say something


but yea we shall see...........
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both teams are wack




  1 - 0 STRK: 1 w in a row WIN PCT: 100% 265 (+48) 
  Career: | Aug 14: 1-0, Rank #474 | Aug 12: 1-1, Rank #832 | Aug 11: 2-2, Rank #801 | Aug 10: 73-38, Rank #99 | Aug 09: 2-2, Rank #404 | Aug 08: 12-6, Rank #342 *
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 bangabi*ch said:
both teams are wack
aye aye aye


we want sharper back
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bangabi*ch mad cause his team has a rookie thats brokedown already,, and a qb who is uncertian... don't mind him
 08-17-2007, 05:49 AM         #134
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 Lord™Mason™ said:
bangabi*ch mad cause his team has a rookie thats brokedown already,, and a qb who is uncertian... don't mind him
only thing i give the viks props for is adrian peterson thats bout it
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Tarvaris Jackson is looking good right now for the people haven't been following vikings training camp and pre-season. Don't act like I didn't tell yall when your teams get baptized by the minnesota messiah.




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  Career: | Aug 14: 1-0, Rank #474 | Aug 12: 1-1, Rank #832 | Aug 11: 2-2, Rank #801 | Aug 10: 73-38, Rank #99 | Aug 09: 2-2, Rank #404 | Aug 08: 12-6, Rank #342 *
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Drummond may not stay in Detroit

Thursday, Aug 16, 2007 10:52 am EDT
Eddie Drummond

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As the season approaches, the Detroit Lions' Eddie Drummond doesn't know if he's staying or going.

It seems clear that the Lions would rather have someone else do what Drummond does. He has returned kicks and punts. In 2004, he made it to the Pro Bowl.

Last year, he added receiving to his role, though he only had two receptions the whole season.

Source: Detroit News
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Lions place backup fullback Alan Picard on injured reserve
August 15, 2007

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Lions placed backup fullback Alan Picard on injured reserve and signed punter Micah Knorr.

Picard signed with the Lions as a free agent July 30. Knorr, who went to Utah State, played two-plus seasons with Denver and Dallas, playing most recently in 2004.

Updated on Wednesday, Aug 15, 2007 5:26 pm, EDT
 10 years ago '05        #139
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Man the Lions lookin good. They done won they first 2 PRESEASOn games.

We'll see what happens in the season...
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Detroit 23, Cleveland 20
Preview - Box Score - Recap

By TOM WITHERS, AP Sports Writer
August 18, 2007

Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ikaika Alama-Francis looks on from the bench during the Lions' 23-20 win over the Cleveland Browns in an NFL preseason football game Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007, in Cleveland.
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CLEVELAND (AP) -- Brady Quinn's biggest throw could turn out to be a monkey wrench.

With flashbulbs popping all around the stadium, Cleveland's rookie quarterback tossed two fourth-quarter touchdown passes in his first NFL exhibition game and looked better than any Browns quarterback in a 23-20 loss to Detroit on Saturday night.

Quinn's performance -- 13-of-20 for 155 yards in the final 9:20 -- may muddle Cleveland's starting quarterback competition between Charlie Frye and Derek Anderson, who were both booed by Browns fans.

Asked if Quinn is now in the mix to be his starter, Browns coach Romeo Crennel didn't say no.

"I think you've got to give the young man credit," Crennel said. "Their best guys weren't in there but our best guys weren't in there either. I'll look at the tape and we'll decide. He's still a young quarterback and he had a limited offense and I believe in time that he's going to be a good quarterback.

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"But the reason he didn't play more tonight was that he wasn't ready. I've said all along we'll see what the kid can do and when he gets a better grasp of the offense we'll ask him to do more."

Crennel said he may have to delay his decision on who will start the Sept. 9 season opener against Pittsburgh.

"If we have to go another week, we have to go another week," he said.

The former Notre Dame star entered with the Browns down 23-7.

As No. 10 jogged onto the field, Cleveland fans welcomed Quinn with a roaring ovation, and many of them stayed on their feet after Quinn hit Chris Barclay on a screen pass that went for 30 yards on his first play.

Quinn completed five passes in a row before his first miss. On second-and-3 at Detroit's 4, he calmly rolled to his right and drilled a TD pass to rookie Efrem Hill, who got open near the sideline.

The next time Cleveland got the ball, Quinn drove the Browns 92 yards in 1:52, hitting Jerome Harrison with a 6-yard TD pass with 18 seconds left.

Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Harrison celebrates after catching a 6-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brady Quinn in the fourth quarter of a NFL preseason football game against the Detroit Lions Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007, in Cleveland. The Lions won 23-20.
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Quinn was pleased with his performance, but was happiest about getting back on the field.

"I was trying to do my best to stay calm," Quinn said. "It felt good to cross the lines and play. Hopefully I'll get better and better."

Quinn missed 11 days of training camp before signing a five-year, $20.2 million contract, and didn't get off the sideline in last week's win over Kansas City. Crennel has insisted Quinn is behind in learning Cleveland's new offense, but with the way Frye and Anderson are playing, he may be able to catch up quickly.

Quinn was antsy to show what he could do.

"I'd been holding a clipboard for one game and three quarters," he said. "It's been tough to wait it out."

As for entering the quarterback race, Quinn knows that's not his call.

"That's not my decision," he said. "I think anyone of those guys could have done that facing that situation in the two-minute drill. The defense was in soft coverage."

Maybe so, but Quinn didn't make any mistakes either.

"We now need to see if he can do that against first- and second-team defenses," Browns receiver Joe Jurevicius said. "It's not a takeaway from him. He did a good job when given the opportunity."

While the Browns have quarterback issues to resolve before their season opener, the Lions appear to be set.

Detroit Lions running back T.J. Duckett (45) f!ghts through a tackle from Cleveland Browns linebacker Kris Griffin (44) for a 7-yard gain in the third quarter of an NFL preseason football game Saturday, Aug. 18, 2007, in Cleveland. The Lions won 23-20.
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Playing the entire first half, Jon Kitna finished 12-of-16 for 137 yards and hit Shaun McDonald with a 14-yard scoring pass just before halftime for the Lions (2-0), who seem to be making strides in coach Rod Marinelli's second season.

"The positives were we ran the ball well and didn't have any turnovers," Marinelli said. "Our first team defense still hasn't given up a touchdown and we got some good work done in the two-minute drill."

The Browns were booed off the field at halftime by their passionate fans, who are quickly losing patience and began chanting Quinn's name late in the third. Crennel understands the fans' eagerness and appreciates their opinion, but won't let it affect his decision on a starter.

"Let them get excited, but we will still do what is best for the team."

For the second straight week, Frye (5-for-10, 42 yards) had a mental error and threw an interception. Anderson (6-for-8, 65 yards) had two turnovers, including an interception near the goal line following a comedy of errors by Cleveland's offense.

Backup kicker Kenny Byrd booted three field goals and T.J. Duckett had a 15-yard TD run in the third quarter for Detroit, which built a 23-0 lead.

Kitna never looked in rookie wide receiver Calvin Johnson's direction, and the No. 2 overall pick did not have a reception. Detroit was without starting wideouts Roy Williams (hamstring) and Mike Furrey (knee), defensive ends Dewayne White (groin) and Kalimba Edwards (ankle) and kicker Jason Hanson (hamstring).

The Lions sustained a few more injuries, the most prominent to guard Damien Woody (right ankle) and defensive tackle Cory Redding (sprained left elbow).

Updated on Saturday, Aug 18, 2007 11:32 pm, EDT

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