Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by drs23, Nov 19, 2012.
Just wanna get a pulse of what the Lion folks are thinking.
Which board do you guys/gals frequent?
google "detroit lions message board forum" and you'll get a bunch of 'em. I checked out about four or five, and didn't see any Texan related threads just yet.
This looks to be the main one.
Like Thorn said, no talk of the game yet. Doesn't seem to be very active at all really.
Found this in their "Bench Matt Now" thread.
Yeah, that's the one I registered on. No activation email yet though.
Good luck, it's a ghost town over there.
Looks like this one is the busiest one
Maybe they know something we don't know.
I am a member on the official team site board from a previous game we had against them, or maybe I was mock drafting the Lions one year.
Logged back in today and couldn't believe how dead it was. Shopped around other Lions sites and it seems they are all pretty dead.
This is probably the main one http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=93&f=1801
Detroit is where QB's go to die.
I had already checked a few out and they were all kind of lame. No Texans v. Lions talk whatsoever. Even the thread that Kiwi started quickly morphed into a thread about the Bears.
This is weird. I remember back in the offseason when the schedule was released looking at their boards to see their predictions for the game but there was virtually no activity. Thought it was because it was the offseason but it was still dead.
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So dead everywhere.
It's amazing how familiar that board looks.
Lots of talent, but can't pull out a win. Losing in some of the most unimaginable ways.
If you're in management, you've got to think about what's going on. What did you expect to happen this year, how far are you from that goal, why are you so far off, & what could have been done, that wasn't.
I'll tell you right now, if they fire their coach (whether he deserves it or not) it's going to set them back if they don't get a guy who can get them clicking.
A Sean Peyton maybe. With their talent & that defense, his offense would be sick.
With six games left, they pretty much control their own destiny. All games should be winnable. Tough ones ahead no doubt, but they're winnable. Losing to Houston would be the nail in the coffin though.
Thread about the Texans http://www.lionbacker.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=16330
They bring up a good point. This game is a Must Win for the Lions. We were already going to get their best game with the bullseye we have on our back.
If they win, they're on their way to a 10-6 season & a good chance to win their division (I don't think Greenbay, Chicago, or Minnesota will win 11 games this year).
If they lose it's ovah.
So Greenbay and Chicago are going to go 3-3 at best to finish the season?
Well, they both play each other, so one of them is going to lose that game right there. GB plays the Giants this week & they've got Minnesota twice & they have to play Detroit again. So if the Lions win out that's only two more games against the Giants, Minnesota twice, & Chicago.
I think Chicago will go 2-4 if not 3-3. Both Chicago & Detroit can be 9-6 when they get together Dec 30th
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