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Reggie Bush is on pace to be the first 1,000-yard Lions rusher since 2004, and he ranks fourth among NFL running backs in yards per game.
Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush said his strained right calf is feeling better and he expects to play Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens.
Running back Joique Bell #35 of the Detroit Lions attempts to get past cornerback Cary Williams #26 the Philadelphia Eagles during Sunday's snowy game at Lincoln Financial Field As one of the hottest teams in the league, the 8-5 Eagles lead the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East while the Bears are tied with Detroit in the NFC North.
Snow games are cool. For some reason, we love to see football players slipping and sliding around on a field that has been blanketed with snow.
Position-by-position grading of the Eagles following their 34-20 win over the Lions on Sunday, focusing on one player at each spot: It took 201 pass attempts before Nick Foles threw his first interception of the season.
So how did you fare during Snowmaggedon 2013? Did you watch your fantasy postseason dreams slip-slide away with Calvin Johnson and his fellow Lions? Or did LeSean McCoy strap you to his back and skate you into the second round? Peyton Manning proved his cold-weather doubters wrong, and Drew Brees apparently can handle good defenses after all.
The Ravens rank No. 29 in the NFL in rushing, averaging 82.3 yards per game. Leading rusher Ray Rice's average is 45.8. Timing is everything in the NFL, and the Lions couldn't have picked a better time for the Ravens to come to Detroit for "Monday Night Football."
On whether the momentum of the game shifted after the two big penalties on DT Nick Fairley and DT Ndamukong Suh when the Lions were winning 14-0, and what he could see, if anything: SCHWARTZ: I mean, they called them from the field so it doesn't matter if we could see them or not.
Then you know how Matthew Stafford felt Sunday. And you know how the Lions feel today after getting snowed under at Lincoln Financial Field, blowing a 14-point second-half lead against the Philadelphia Eagles and failing - again - to seize firm control of their playoff fate.
Detroit Lions' Joique Bell, left, is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles' Bradley Fletcher during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, in Philadelphia.
What it means: What a complete collapse by the Lions. They held Philadelphia to essentially nothing in the first half: no points and fewer than 100 yards in a mess of a snowstorm.
Because of the insane conditions , Detroit has decided not to attempt any field goals or extra points.
The Eagles quarterback threw 124 passes this season without an interception, but Lions cornerback Chris Houston just grabbed the first one.
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