Detroit Lions

Stadium: Ford Field | Coach: Jim Caldwell
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th76.3 (31st)261.4 (6th)
Defense26th112.5 (17th)243.2 (26th)

Schedule

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Sun Aug 13
W 24 - 10@IND
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Sat Aug 19
W 16 - 6NYJ
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Fri Aug 25
L 28 - 30NE
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Thu Aug 31
L 17 - 27@BUF
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Sun Sep 10
W 35 - 23ARI
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Mon Sep 18
W 24 - 10@NYG
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Sun Sep 24
L 26 - 30ATL
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Sun Oct 1
W 14 - 7@MIN
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Sun Oct 8
L 24 - 27CAR
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Sun Oct 15
L 38 - 52@NO
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Sun Oct 29
L 15 - 20PIT
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Mon Nov 6
W 30 - 17@GB
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Sun Nov 12
W 38 - 24CLE
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Sun Nov 19
W 27 - 24@CHI
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Thu Nov 23
L 23 - 30MIN
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Sun Dec 3
L 20 - 44@BAL
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Sun Dec 10
W 24 - 21@TB
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Sat Dec 16
W 20 - 10CHI
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Sun Dec 24
L 17 - 26@CIN
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Sun Dec 31
W 35 - 11GB
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Standings

NFC
North
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Minnesota13-3-05-1-0
Detroit9-7-05-1-0
Green Bay7-9-02-4-0
Chicago5-11-00-6-0
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Lions' Eric Ebron: Set to return to Detroit in 2018
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lions general manager Bob Quinn said after the team's Week 17 win over the Packers that Ebron would be retained in 2018, Carlos Monarrez of the Detroit Free Press reports.

The Lions exercised Ebron's $8.25 million fifth-year option for 2018 last May, but the team could cut him with few repercussions before the new league year opens March 14. Though the Lions have since hired Matt Patricia as their new head coach, it appears Ebron, who has been criticized for drops over his four years in the league, remains in solid standing with the organization after a strong finish to this past season. Ebron hauled in 33 of 47 targets for 340 yards and two touchdowns over the Lions' final seven games, with his catch and yardage totals ranking second and third, respectively, on the team over that span.

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