Lions win

Perhaps the Tigers are beginning to rub off on the Lions.

Let’s hope so.

Detroit’s pro football team dug itself out of the no-win hole this afternoon at Ford Field when they beat the Buffalo Bills 20-17.

Roy Williams and Kevin Jones had touchdowns.

The Lions’ next game is against the New York Jets. The two teams are set to play at 1 pm on Sunday, October 22, at the Meadowlands. The Jets are currently 3-3.

3 Comments so far

  1. your critic (unregistered) on October 17th, 2006 @ 1:31 pm

    Interesting that you chose to censor my comments and your replies from earlier. There’s not a writer in the world worth his or her salt who advocates censorship, proving once again that you are not a writer.

    Go find a hobby honey.

  2. Lions suck (unregistered) on October 17th, 2006 @ 2:11 pm

    The Lions still suck…even after a lack-luster win. In fact, I was hoping they would go defeated with 0 wins all season. Maybe they’d actually get a good draft pick and pick up a decent quarterback. But to be honest, I think football is one of the worst sports created, so who really cares about 11 meatheads running around a field and knocking another 11 people down to get a ball across a line.

  3. (unregistered) on October 17th, 2006 @ 6:06 pm

    Hi, YourCritic. I was not censoring you; there was a technical difficulty and that is why your comments and my one comment weren’t showing up. I’ve figured out what the issue was, so here the original comments:

    Name: Dan Szyzlak
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    Comments: This is blogging? Rote recitation of a handful of sports headlines? Why bother? Seriously – haven’t you got anything interesting to say at all?

    Email Address:
    Comments: Thanks – but no thanks – for the comment, Troll. Don’t read it if you don’t like it.

    Name: dan syzlak
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    Comments: I liked it the first time I read it…in the newspaper.

    If you want to be a writer, simply copying what other people wrote won’t cut it, and you know it. If you have nothing to express, don’t copy someone else’s work just so you can pretend you are a writer. Develop an opinion, an observation, and then express that. But repeating what’s already written elsewhere gives nobody any reason to read what you wrote.

    Troll? Convenient term for someone offering legitimate criticism. If you want to be a writer, develop thicker skin, and learn to actually write something original, instead of this retread. This is not blogging. It’s merely a form of plagiarism.

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