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Scanning the Savanna: What They’re Saying About the Detroit Lions’ Loss

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For Lions, August looking like November
Drew Sharp – Detroit Free Press

Before everyone hyperventilates themselves into apoplectic shock, take a deep breath and remember that it’s still the exhibition season. And the Lions wisely rested Calvin Johnson with a sore knee.

But if Jim Schwartz’s overriding objective coming into the Cleveland game Thursday night was lulling the rest of the NFL into believing the Lions hadn’t changed their bumbling ways, he succeeded.

Personal foul issues continue to plague Detroit Lions
Justin Rogers – MLive.com

The Detroit Lions have been plagued by major penalties in recent seasons and the team racked up three 15-yard infractions in Friday’s 24-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

Quarterback Matthew Stafford said Detroit’s inability to keep its cool is unacceptable.

Reggie Bush carries his share in Lions’ loss
Josh Katzenstein – The Detroit News

Reggie Bush had to pick up Calvin Johnson’s workload Thursday night.

With the Lions star wide receiver out for the exhibition game against the Browns, the team found another way to be one-dimensional, putting the ball in Bush’s hands every possible chance during the 24-6 loss to the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium.

Five Things We Learned From Preseason Week 2 vs. Browns
Brandon Alisoglu – Yahoo! Contributor Network

NFL preseason wins and losses don’t mean much, and that’s a good thing considering the way the Detroit Lions played against the Cleveland Browns.
But there are always valuable nuggets of information that can be discovered. So let’s check out five quick takeaways from the 24-6 loss:

Topics: Detroit Lions

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