Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images It’s time for a full day of NFL excitement. I hope your schedule is open, because Sunday features not one, not two, but three exciting Wild Card games to enjoy! This slate of games begins with the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As defending champions, the pressure is on the Buccaneers to repeat. They certainly have the … [Read more...] about Sunday Wild Card open thread
Photo by George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images How to watch Eagles-Buccaneers, 49ers-Cowboys and Chiefs-Steelers. Saturday’s playoff games are in the books. Congratulations to the Cincinnati Bengals for winning their first postseason game in over three decades, and to the Buffalo Bills for establishing pure dominance in the AFC East with one of the biggest … [Read more...] about NFL playoffs 2022: Game times, TV schedule, streaming for Wild Card Sunday
Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images Identifying one player from each of today’s playoff teams the Lions could be interested in. The 2022 NFL Playoffs continue on Sunday with two NFC and one AFC Super Wild Card matchups. The first game of the day will feature (7) Philadelphia Eagles at (2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 1 p.m. ET on FOX, followed by (6) San Francisco 49ers at … [Read more...] about 6 potential free agents the Lions should watch during Sunday’s Wild Card
Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images The Bengals did it, so why can’t we? On Saturday, the Cincinnati Bengals outlasted the Las Vegas Raiders, ending their 31-year playoff win drought. Now, the Lions hold the longest current streak at 30 years, dating back to January 1992 when they dismantled the Dallas Cowboys. The Bengals and Lions both have had their chances throughout … [Read more...] about Open thread: Can the Lions end their playoff win drought next year?
Sam Greene/The Enquirer / USA TODAY NETWORK The Bengals ended their 31-year drought on Saturday night. Are the Lions next? With their win over the Las Vegas Raiders in Saturday’s opening game of Wild Card weekend, the Cincinnati Bengals erased a 31-year drought. It was January 6, 1991 when the Bengals last won a postseason game, with then quarterback Boomer Esiason … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions now hold the longest active playoff win drought
Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images A couple of AFC showdowns kick off an expanded Wild Card weekend. The 2022 NFL Playoffs kick off this Saturday with a doubleheader in the AFC. This conference was tight to the very finish, with a near tie on Sunday Night Football impacting who was in and who was out. The team that robbed us of that reality was … [Read more...] about NFL playoffs 2022: Game times, TV schedule, streaming for Wild Card Saturday
Photo by Omar Rawlings/Getty Images The playoffs are here! Who’s ready for some Wild Card action? It’s Day 1 of the NFL playoffs, and that means some exciting football awaits us. To begin the evening, the Cincinnati Bengals host the Las Vegas Raiders. These two teams had significantly different Week 18s. The Bengals, having clinched their division, rested many of their … [Read more...] about Saturday Wild Card open thread: Raiders at Bengals, Patriots at Bills
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Who has your fandom for the playoffs? For as much optimism and good vibes the Detroit Lions earned over the past month and a half to close out their season, it ended without them making the NFL playoffs for the fifth consecutive year. This isn’t new territory for Lions fans. Hell, the team has won exactly one playoff game in my lifetime. … [Read more...] about POLL: Which team are you rooting for in the playoffs?
Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Identifying the players that have been mocked to the Lions over the past week. The Detroit Lions officially hold the No. 2 pick in the 2022 NFL draft and the mock draft selections at that spot continue to be flexed between the two top edge rushers with a sprinkling of other players from time to time—this week, it’s … [Read more...] about Mock draft roundup: Is Kyle Hamilton an option for the Lions at No. 2?