TV: Ch. 9 (100.3-FM, 1130-AM)
Line: Lions by 4 1/2
• The Lions can move the ball, ranking second in the league in total offense and No. 1 in passing. Their attack didn't miss a beat when Shaun Hill replaced an injured Matthew Stafford (leg/hip) at QB last week.
• In a 44-41 overtime loss to Tennessee on Sunday, the Lions racked up 583 yards of total offense, the second most in team history, with Calvin Johnson getting 164 receiving yards.
• On the other hand, Detroit became the first team in NFL history to allow five scoring plays of 60 or more yards in the same game -- a 65-yard punt return, a 105-yard kickoff return, a 72-yard fumble return and passing TDs of 61 and 71 yards.
Suh had 10 sacks as a rookie, but only four last season. In three games this year he has two sacks, one each in the first two games; the Lions failed to sack Titans QB Jake Locker on 42 pass attempts last week. Suh has two sacks in three games vs. Minnesota.
• On Detroit's 1-2 record: "You definitely want to be playing your best football at the end of the season. The last few Super Bowl champions have played extremely well when it mattered most."
• On Detroit's lack of pass rush vs. Tennessee: "I can only speak for myself, but I was inconsistent in getting my pass rush [going]. It's a matter of being more consistent."
• On preparing for WR Jerome Simpson: "It adds a different dynamic to it for sure, because usually after a few games ... you understand what guys' roles are in the offense. But we have a good scouting report on him."
• On Vikings RB Adrian Peterson: "If he's not 100 percent, he's 98 or 99. I think he looks very good. I don't know if there's a whole lot of difference in his game. He looks quick."
• On bouncing back from last week's OT loss: "You've got to be resilient for 16 games. Teams that can do that are successful."
|Philadelphia||0||Top 2nd Inning|
|Atlanta||1||Top 1st Inning|
|Chicago WSox||0||Bottom 1st Inning|
|Cleveland - D. Salazar||1:10 PM|
|Minnesota - P. Hughes|
|Cincinnati - H. Bailey||1:15 PM|
|St. Louis - C. Martinez|
|San Diego - T. Ross||1:20 PM|
|Chicago Cubs - K. Hendricks|
|Baltimore - C. Tillman||3:05 PM|
|Boston - C. Buchholz|
|Milwaukee - K. Lohse||6:05 PM|
|Pittsburgh - J. Locke|
|Miami - M. Latos||6:10 PM|
|NY Mets - J. deGrom|
|LA Angels - C. Wilson||6:10 PM|
|Houston - D. Keuchel|
|NY Yankees - M. Tanaka||6:10 PM|
|Tampa Bay - J. Odorizzi|
|Oakland - J. Hahn||6:10 PM|
|Kansas City - Y. Ventura|
|Arizona - R. De La Rosa||8:05 PM|
|San Francisco - C. Heston|
|Colorado - J. Lyles||8:10 PM|
|Los Angeles - Z. Greinke|
|Texas - C. Lewis||8:10 PM|
|Seattle - F. Hernandez|
|Washington||27||2nd Qtr 8:09|
|New Orleans||2:30 PM|
|Orlando City||6:30 PM|
|Toronto FC||7:30 PM|
|Vancouver FC||8:30 PM|
|Real Salt Lake|
|Sporting Kansas City||9:30 PM|
|Aug 8 - vs. Oakland||7 pm||X||10-6|
|Aug 16 - vs. Arizona||7:30 pm||X||30-28|
|Aug 23 - at Kansas City||7 pm||X||30-12|
|Aug 28 - at Tennessee||7 pm||X||19-3|
|2014 regular season|
|Sep 7 - at St. Louis||Noon||X||34-6|
|Sep 14 - vs. New England||Noon||X||30-7|
|Sep 21 - at New Orleans||Noon||X||20-9|
|Sep 28 - vs. Atlanta||3:25 pm||X||41-28|
|Oct 2 - at Green Bay||7:25 pm||X||42-10|
|Oct 12 - vs. Detroit||Noon||X||17-3|
|Oct 19 - at. Buffalo||Noon||X||17-16|
|Oct 26 - at Tampa Bay||Noon||X||19-13 ot|
|Nov 2 - vs. Washington||Noon||X||29-26|
|Nov 9 - Bye|
|Nov 16 - at Chicago||Noon||X||21-13|
|Nov. 23 - vs. Green Bay||Noon||X||24-21|
|Nov. 30 - vs. Carolina||Noon||X||31-13|
|Dec 7 - vs. NY Jets||Noon||X||30-24 ot|
|Dec 14 - at Detroit||3:25 pm||X||16-14|
|Dec 21 - at Miami||Noon||X||37-35|
|Dec 28 - vs. Chicago||Noon||X||13-9|