All you stupid motherfucking teams, LIONS INCLUDED, can go to hell. AND YOU KNOW WHY.
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Month: August 2014
Finland was 0 for 17 in the second quarter, missing all six 3-point attempts, and missed 19 straight shots over the second and third quarters via U.S. dominates Finland in FIBA basketball worlds opener – ESPN.
Once again, we let you down.
A 6-3 loss with Max Scherzer on the mound forced the Tigers to flip the doubleheader on Chicago. (Detroit scored all three runs in the first game on two first inning home runs – Ian Kinsler, Victor Martinez.) Kyle Ryan made his major league debut for Detroit in the second game. Ryan saved the day, working […]
Brady Hoke clearly has these ’14 Wolverines ready. Devin Gardner tossed 13 of 14 passes for completions, including two touchdowns on his first two possessions to Devin Funchess for a 14-0 lead after one. The tandem made it three straight to start the game in the second quarter. Both Michigan running backs also tore it up, each eclipsing […]
Game One in Chicago: Detroit Wins 7-1 Justin Verlander gave up an unlucky run to begin the contest. He tried to pick a runner off first, but the snarf got away and made his way to third base. He would score – but the White Sox also loaded the bases that inning and came away empty. […]
“ I accept the fine. It’s money well spent. ”– Peyton Manning, on fine via Peyton Manning of Denver Broncos fined for taunting – ESPN. Manning was fined for his actions in last Saturday’s preseason game against the Houston Texans, getting in the face of Houston safety D.J. Swearinger following a 29-yard touchdown pass to Emmanuel […]
Jim Schwartz came out a little too aggressive, and the end result was poor for Buffalo. Our old coach, the current Bills defensive coordinator, seemed to unnecessarily blitz and pick up flags (sound familiar?), but the Lions responded on the field. Back-up Kellen Moore threw a strike in the waning moments of the first half […]
Alex Avila banged home the game’s walk-off winner in the bottom of the ninth with two outs. Avila sent one past Ichiro in right field with Tigers on first and third and the game tied. Call-up starting pitcher Kyle Lobstein kept us in the game, giving up only two runs (one earned), four hits, and one walk […]
Rick Porcello earned his 15th win of the season thanks to eight innings of two-run ball. All the Yanks mustered was two solo home runs by the same snarf and no walks. Detroit, meanwhile, worked it together to bring across five total. Rajai Davis walked in the game’s initial run. J.D. Martinez drove in our second […]
Sometimes, God gives you a moment:
Leading 3-0 with Max Scherzer on the mound, it appeared that might be enough run support early on. However, the Twins tied it later that inning, forcing the offense to take action. Victor Martinez gave us the lead back on a delivery just south of the left field border, setting us up for two total runs that […]