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The Lions Go Down In Chicago

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A rib injury didn’t stop Jay Cutler. Brian Urlacher came through with a fumble recovery and the Chicago Bears beat our last place Detroit Lions 13-7 on Monday Night Football.

The Lion’s defense show up for a second straight game but the Lion’s offense was a joke.

Lions coach Jim Schwartz called turnovers “the tale of the game,” Schwartz went on to say “If it was one thing we could identify, we could make that change,” The couch said “I think the biggest thing in this was a couple physical errors.”

Good Luck to the Lions here come the Seahawks on Sunday.

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