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One day about a year after her husband collapsed on the turf at Tiger Stadium, Sharon Hughes picked up her nearly 3-year-old son to feed him. “Momma, where’s Daddy?” asked little Brandon Shane Hughes. “Well, honey, he’s gone to heaven,” she told him. “Well. He left his car,” Brandon said. “Oh, you’re right,” she offered, nodding
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Allen Park — Jared Goff is still bitter about the way his time with the Los Angeles Rams ended, but the Detroit Lions quarterback is appreciative of the way former coach Sean McVay bemoaned his and the organization’s approach to trading Goff this offseason. “Yes, I wish there was better, clearer communication,” McVay said Monday, when
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Justin Rogers, James Hawkins, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski of The Detroit News offer their predictions for Week 7 of the NFL season. All picks made against the spread. Detroit +13.5 at L.A. Rams Rogers: L.A. Rams Hawkins: L.A. Rams (best bet) Niyo: L.A. Rams Wojnowski: L.A. Rams Denver +6 at Cleveland Rogers: Cleveland Hawkins:
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Allen Park — In the immediate aftermath of Sunday’s ugly loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell’s ire made it difficult for him to organize this thoughts. When asked about the team’s continued offensive struggles, the coach said he had “about a million ideas just floating around up here right now as to
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Allen Park — Here are four observations after having a night to ponder the Detroit Lions’ 34-11 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. First down ESPN analyst Mike Clay posted a statistic today that is somehow both stunning and not surprising at all, at least once you allow your brain process it: Through six games, the Lions have not taken a single
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Detroit — Jim Schwartz made it until December before he finally snapped. Publicly, at least. Dan Campbell made it to mid-October before doing the same. And if the scenarios aren’t quite the same, the emotions certainly were. The anger, the frustration, the embarrassment. Losing is one thing. But losing like this? For a rookie head
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Detroit — Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell is prepared to evaluate everything to get his struggling offense on track after Sunday’s 34-11 throttling at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals. Well, almost everything. When asked specifically whether he would consider a change at quarterback, Campbell backed Jared Goff as the team’s starter for the immediate future.
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By Matt Schoch |  Special to The Detroit News While the Detroit Lions were “taking the next step” with Matt Patricia, the Cincinnati Bengals emphatically went into the NFL’s basement. Cincinnati hit rock bottom with a 2-14 season in 2019, “earning” the No. 1 pick in the draft. And as tradition these days, they took a
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