As the Detroit Lions look to move beyond their woeful past, the Dallas Cowboys hope for a bright future with their new coach.
The Cowboys earning their first victory in their new stadium Sunday would be an important step.
Detroit, loser of a league-record 25 straight road games, takes on a Dallas team that’s the only NFL club yet to win at home.
The receiver position has been an interesting one for the Detroit Lions during the past several years. As much as they work on building that spot and for all the resources they’ve spent, they’re still struggling to get it right.
0-10 The combined road record of the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions.
A loss to the previously winless Buffalo Bills has sparked a new round of discussion about the Detroit Lions’ progress, or lack thereof, under the leadership of general manager Martin Mayhew and coach Jim Schwartz. Since the start of the 2009 season, the Lions are 4-21. At this point, you would hope they would have been positioned to beat the NFL’s worst team even while dealing with another injury to franchise quarterback Matthew Stafford.
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