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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:47 am    Post subject: Week 4 GDT - Chicago Bears (3-0) @ Detroit Lions (2-1) Reply with quote

Chicago Bears (3-0) at Detroit Lions (2-1)
Sunday, September 29 12:00 PM FOX


@ Ford Field




Bears Offensive Stats:
- PPG: 31.7
- YPG (total): 330.7
- YPG (passing): 225.7
- YPG (rushing): 105
- Sacks given up: 3
- Completion %: 67.3

Bears Defensive Stats:
- PAPG: 24.7
- YAPG (total): 383
- YAPG (passing): 294.3
- YAPG (rushing): 88.7
- Sacks: 5
- Turnover Ratio: +6

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Lions Offensive Stats:
- PPG: 27.3
- YPG (total): 410.7
- YPG (passing): 336
- YPG (rushing): 74.7
- Sacks given up: 2
- Completion %: 63.6

Lions Defensive Stats:
- PAPG: 23
- YAPG (total): 366
- YAPG (passing): 262
- YAPG (rushing): 104
- Sacks: 6
- Turnover Ratio: +3

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lions had their GDT up already, so I figured we'd do the same.
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Lions fans still complain about this game smh
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I just watched the gif of the man slapping that bear probably about 9 times.. That's hilarious
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***Breaking***

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Nate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.
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CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.


I was about to post that Sad you and your quick news finding skills Sad
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TytybearsFan21 wrote:
CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.


I was about to post that Sad you and your quick news finding skills Sad


Too slow.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 10:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.


Yeah, definitely rough for him as well as a decent sized loss for the Lions considering what he has been doing this year. Need to have someone that can do some things besides Calvin at receiver.

Big game, really looking forward too it. My bro's a Lions fan so it should be a fun Sunday (hopefully).
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CBears019 wrote:
TytybearsFan21 wrote:
CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.


I was about to post that Sad you and your quick news finding skills Sad


Too slow.
I almost went after him on waivers last night too
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CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.

Apparently he was trying to keep a pizza from falling off the front seat. Crazy. Significant loss for them for sure - he has been very good for them.
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AZBearsFan wrote:
CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.

Apparently he was trying to keep a pizza from falling off the front seat. Crazy. Significant loss for them for sure - he has been very good for them.


Thats the kind of move that makes you feel sooo stupid afterwords. Embarassed
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If Reggie Bush thinks he's going to have a good game, just wait til he sees a certain someone staring at him across the line before every snap. That's right, my boy Brian Url..

Oh..

Wait..

Crying or Very sad
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TytybearsFan21 wrote:
If Reggie Bush thinks he's going to have a good game, just wait til he sees a certain someone staring at him across the line before every snap. That's right, my boy Brian Url..

Oh..

Wait..

Crying or Very sad


Lach wouldn't be able to catch Bush if his life depended on it.
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AZBearsFan wrote:
CBears019 wrote:
***Breaking***

Quote:
ate Burleson breaks his arm in car accident
Nate Burleson broke his arm in two places during an early Tuesday morning car accident.
Burleson was driving home after watching Monday Night Football with teammates when he was in a single-car wreck. Other than the arm, he's doing fine and police confirmed alcohol was not involved. We don't have a timetable yet, but fractured bones typically take 4-6 weeks to heal. Burleson is undergoing surgery Tuesday, suggesting the recovery period could be even longer. It's a huge blow to the Lions as their veteran ranked 21st in the NFL in receiving yards (239) and was tied for 11th in catches (19). Ryan Broyles was on a strict snap count in Week 3 thanks to his knee issues, but he'll be given every opportunity to run with the slot job now. If Broyles' knees hold up, he'll be capable of WR3 production in PPR formats. Patrick Edwards will also see a boost in opportunities if he can get over his ankle injury.


That really sucks for him, iirc he broke his leg against the Bears last year.

Apparently he was trying to keep a pizza from falling off the front seat. Crazy. Significant loss for them for sure - he has been very good for them.


Did he at least save the pizza?
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