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NHL: 1/18

DETROIT              1

PITTSBURGH         4

NHL: 1/20

DETROIT                 4

ST. LOUIS            3

NHL: 1/22

DETROIT              1

CHICAGO               4

NHL: 1/26

DETROIT                 3

NEW JERSEY         1

NHL: 2/2

DETROIT (30 - 13 - 6) at OTTAWA (17 - 25 - 8)

7:00pm ET 


NCAAB: 1/30

MICHIGAN ST.         57

INDIANA                61

NCAAB: 1/30

MICHIGAN               87

IOWA                   73

NCAAB: 2/2

MICHIGAN ST. (13 - 8) at IOWA (8 - 13)

8:30pm ET

NCAAB: 2/3

MICHIGAN (13 - 9) at #1 OHIO ST. (22 - 0)

7:00pm ET


NBA: 1/24

DETROIT             103

ORLANDO           96

NBA: 1/26

DETROIT           100

DENVER              109

NBA: 1/28

DETROIT            87

MIAMI                  88

NBA: 1/30

DETROIT           100

DENVER              109

NBA: 2/2

CHARLOTTE (20 - 26) at DETROIT (17 - 31)

7:30pm ET


MLB: 9/29

DETROIT              3

CLEVELAND           4

MLB: 10/1

DETROIT              6

BALTIMORE          10

MLB: 10/1

DETROIT              1

BALTIMORE           2

MLB: 10/2

DETROIT              1

BALTIMORE           2

MLB: 10/3

DETROIT                4

BALTIMORE          2

Detroit finishes the season 81 - 81 and misses the playoffs.


NFL: 12/12

DETROIT               7

GREEN BAY          3

NFL: 12/19

DETROIT               23

TAMPA BAY         20 

NFL: 12/26

DETROIT               34

MIAMI                27

NFL: 1/2

DETROIT               23

MINNESOTA        20

Detroit finishes the season 6 - 10 and misses the playoffs.


NCAAF: 11/13

C. MICHIGAN         31

TOLEDO                  42

NCAAF: 1/1

#9 MICHIGAN ST.    7

# 16 ALABAMA      49

NCAAF: 1/1

MICHIGAN             14

#21 MISS. ST.       52


The Legend's Week 7 Picks:

Cincinnati at Atlanta

Washington at Chicago

Philadelphia at Tennessee

Jacksonville at Kansas City

Pittsburgh at Miami

Cleveland at New Orleans

St. Louis at Tampa Bay

San Francisco at Carolina

Buffalo at Baltimore

Arizona at Seattle

Oakland at Denver

New England at San Diego

Minnesota at Green Bay

NY Giants at Dallas


The Legend's Week 6 Picks:

Detroit at NY Giants

Seattle at Chicago

Miami at Green Bay

San Diego at St. Louis

Baltimore at New England

Atlanta at Philadelphia

Cleveland at Pittsburgh

New Orleans at Tampa Bay

Kansas City at Houston

NY Jets at Denver

Oakland at San Francisco

Dallas at Minnesota

Indianapolis at Washington

Tennessee at Jacksonville


The Lions Earn Their First Win of the Season Against the Rams:

The Detroit Lions sure didn’t look like a 0 – 4 team and a team that has only won 2 games in their last 36 games when they played the St. Louis Rams in Detroit on Sunday. The offense took a little bit to get started as the 1st quarter ended 3 – 3. When Stefan Logan took the kickoff back 105 yards for the first touchdown of the game, both the offense and the defense for Detroit came alive. Shaun Hill continued to fill in admirably for the injured Matthew Stafford throwing touchdown passes to Calvin Johnson, Brandon Pettigrew, and Nate Burleson. Detroit also got an interception returned for a touchdown by CB Alphonso Smith, who the Lions acquired in a trade just before the start of the regular season. DT Ndamukong Suh, the #2 overall pick by Detroit, even got the best of QB Sam Bradford, the #1 overall pick, when he intercepted a Bradford pass in the game and rumbled 20 yards to the St. Louis 30 yard-line leading to a Detroit field goal. The Lions got a scare late in the game when Johnson went down with a shoulder injury after making a catch. Johnson sat out the rest of the game and his status for next game will have to be watched this week. Detroit hopes to have their best offensive weapon in Johnson and to use the momentum of their first win of the season when the travel to New York to take on the Giants.

St. Louis also lost a wide receiver when Mark Clayton went down in the 1st quarter, although Clayton is lost for the season with a knee injury. They however may have found a receiver of the future in Danny Amendola, who had 12 catches for 95 yards. Steven Jackson also had a solid performance in the loss rushing for 114 yards on 25 carries. The Rams will try to turn their fortunes next week at home against the San Diego Chargers.


The Legend's Week 5 Picks:

St. Louis at Detroit

Jacksonville at Buffalo

Tampa Bay at Cincinnati

Atlanta at Cleveland

Kansas City at Indianapolis

Grren Bay at Washington

Chicago at Carolina

Denver at Baltimore

NY Giants at Houston

New Orleans at Arizona

Tennessee at Dallas

San Diego at Oakland

Philadelphia at San Francisco

Minnesota at NY Jets


The Legend's Week 4 Picks:

No scores this week, but here are my predictions for the winners:

Detroit at Green Bay

San Francisco at Atlanta

NY Jets at Buffalo

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Denver at Tennessee

Seattle at St. Louis

Carolina at New Orleans

Baltimore at Pittsburgh

Houston at Oakland

Indianapolis at Jacksonville

Washington at Philadelphia

Arizona at San Diego

Chicago at NY Giants

New England at Miami