I AM BACK!!!!!

In the past, I tried to do too much with this site with way too little time. Yet, I have been feeling a need to write about the Lions lately. So I have decided to change the Detroit Lions Observer to a few basic things. Writing articles when I feel a need to, keeping track of their wins and losses, and I am still deciding if I will go through and update Ndamukong Suh's Sack List.
Ndamukong Suh's Sack List
Keep track of which quarterbacks Suh has faced and which ones he has taken down.

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12/26/10

Lions On Official Winning Streak!

The Detroit Lions have beaten the Miami Dolphins for their third win in a row, officially putting them on a winning streak. Thank-you defense!

Hill had a decent game, but it was not as strong as his numbers would make it look. He ended the day completing 53.8% of his passes as he went 14 for 26 and threw for 222 yards. Hill had two touchdowns and no picks. 53 yards of that came when Jahvid Best took a short pass to the right side and sprinted away for a long touchdown. Take away that one play, and you have a mediocre day for Hill. Nothing great and nothing horrible.

With Hill under center, the Lions running game once again was virtually invisible as they totaled only 67 yards on the ground.

It was looking like a sure loss for the Detroit Lions team late in the 4th quarter. Then with 4:37 left in the game, and down by ten points, the Lions started a drive from their own 47 yard line. The entire drive only needed one play as Jahvid Best took the short pass to the house to make the score 27-24 Miami.

Only 50 seconds later, Nick Vasher intercepted Chad Henne and gave the ball back to the Lions at the Miami 36 yard line. Four plays later, Rayner kicked a 47 yard field goal to tie the game 27-27.

33 seconds after that, with only 2:11 left in the game, DeAndre Levy picked off Chad Henne and took the ball in for a defensive touchdown, giving the Lions a 34-27 lead. Then with the Dolphins pushing to come back, the Lions defense held tight, allowing 64 yards on 10 plays. With 19 seconds left, Chad Henne passed to the left sideline but the defense got to the receiver before he could get out of bounds. Before Miami could spike the ball to stop the clock, time ran out and the Lions have won their third game in a row.

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