Alright hold the phone. The real travesty in the Lions-Cowboys game was not that the pass interference call got picked up.
According to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has admitted to missing a holding call on Ndamukong Suh during the Lions vs. Dallas matchup Sunday. Schefter posted this on his Facebook page: NFL admitted to Lions today
As we all know it's probably never a good idea to get a time or person specific tattoo. It's hard to undo and quite frankly not very smart.
Lions And Cowboys Wild Card Game Third Most Watched The Detroit-Dallas game Sunday averaged 42.3 million viewers on Fox, the third-highest total in NFL wild-card history. FOX says Lions-Cowboys got 42.3 million viewers, most watched TV show in America
This is pass interference. The officials mistakenly picked up the flag and missed two other penalties costing the Lions.
Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh says he is "pleased" that the NFL has decided not to suspend him for Sunday's NFL playoff game at Dallas.
During the Lions’ matchup with the Green Bay Packers, you may remember one specific moment when defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh stepped on QB Aaron Rodgers. He was originally suspended for one playoff game but after he appealed, the suspension
No More Suspension For Ndamukong Suh Following 2 weeks of Detroit Lions players being in the headlines for questionable plays against opponents, Ndamukong Suh found himself back in the limelight for stepping on the ankle of Aaron Rodgers during
NFL Considering Suspension/Fine For Dominic Raiola The NFL is looking into a suspension worthy play by Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola against the Chicago Bears on Sunday. NFL considering suspension for #Lions C Dominic Raiola for stomp on #Bears
Detroit Lions players are not ready to talk about a possible playoff berth, though they can clinch a spot this weekend with a win in Chicago. Linebacker Tahir Whitehead says the Lions are simply trying to take care of