As the NBA Playoffs continue, lots of trends are being discovered. The chaos started the first round, as the Brooklyn Nets got swept after being favorites. They're not the only team to disappoint. In addition to the Nets, teams like the Dallas Mavericks look overmatched in the second round. And this is after being so dominant in the first round. Even though the Pistons might not be
Aidan Hutchinson or Kayvon Thibodeaux? Both were the subject of conversation for Detroit Lions fans. With the Lions holding the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft, many fans presumed they'd draft one. And they did. The Lions swiftly selected Hutchinson, drafting the EDGE rusher they needed. But what if he wasn't available? What if the Jaguars grabbed Hutchinson with the first pick? Sports Illustrated's Albert
For once, can Detroit Lions fans enjoy a good thing? Just once. The reason I pose that question is regarding Jameson Williams. Because there's a stupid conversation surrounding the Lions' newest wideout. And get this. It's over a photo-op. The Lions introduced Williams (and Aidan Hutchinson) to the public last Friday. The Lions selected both with the 2nd and 12th overall picks in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Detroit Pistons have good odds in the NBA Draft Lottery. The team's 23-59 record led to a bottom-three finish in the league standings. The Pistons have a 40.1 percent chance of remaining in the top three and a 52 percent chance of landing in the top four in the lottery. A top-three pick guarantees GM Troy Weaver one of the three big men who headline the
The Detroit Tigers split the doubleheader as the offense struggles. When speaking to the media on Wednesday's doubleheader between the Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers manager A.J. Hinch discussed how the offense needed to step up for this upcoming stretch in which Detroit plays 15 games in the next 14 days. They will not have an off-day until Thursday, May 19th. "It is super important for us to
Do you like Coca Cola or do you like Pepsi? Or to keep it Detroit, do you prefer Lafayette or American? Both get the job done as a cola or a coney island. And one isn't night and day better than the other. It all comes down to personal preference. For Detroit Lions fans, that's what it appeared to be regarding Aidan Hutchinson or Kayvon Thibodeaux, and
Now that the dust has settled from the 2022 NFL Draft its time to look at Fantasy Football! Rookie Dynasty Drafts are going to start soon. So lets take a look at the Top 12 prospects that you should be drafting. Top 12 Rookie Dynasty League Rankings 12. Isiah Spiller - RB - LAC For the past couple years Spiller looked to be the #1 running back
Detroit Tigers left-handed starter Tarik Skubal has some metrics to suggest he will have a bigger impact in 2022. By Rogelio Castillo (Follow on Twitter @rogcastbaseball) The Detroit Tigers left-hander has some metrics to suggest that he will have a bigger impact in 2022. Tarik Skubal's numbers last season was a mixture of potential and a pitcher still learning how to throw in the big leagues. He
The Detroit Tigers finished their road trip 1-5 and are off to a 7-14 start. Should the fans panic? The stats show some progress. By Rogelio Castillo (Follow on Twitter @rogcastbaseball) With the spotlight on the Detroit Lions this weekend because of the NFL Draft, the Detroit Tigers took a back seat among the Detroit fan base. The good feeling of the 13-0 win over the Rockies
The Detroit Pistons pulled off another bottom three finish. After holding the second-worst record last season, the 2021-22 Pistons finished the season 23-59, third-worst in the NBA. Detroit holds a three-way tie for the best odds to land the number one pick in the NBA Draft Lottery. The team has a 40.1 percent chance of landing a top-three pick, and a 52 percent chance to stay in
UPDATE on May 1st, 2022 at 8:45 PM: Deion Sanders' son, Deion Sanders Jr., originally posted the comments. Then Sanders shared the description, verbatim, on his Instagram feed. Article was updated for accuracy. There is no love lost between Deion Sanders and the Detroit Lions. Many still discuss his shunning of the team in 1989. During that year's draft, he didn't mince words regarding the Lions. He
The Detroit Lions needed a safety heading into the draft. And that's even after signing Deshon Elliott to a one-year deal. And they got him, selecting Illinois' Kerby Joseph with the 97th overall pick. Joseph to the Lions makes sense on several levels. For starters, the coaching staff first met him during this past year's Senior Bowl. And then they had talks again during the NFL Combine.