Aug 9, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Fans enter Ford Field before a preseason game between the Detroit Lions and the New York Jets. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions Training Camp Buzz: Lions Buzz From Around The Web

Detroit Lions Training camp is in full swing and there is a lot of buzz surrounding the team.  With projections for our Detroit Lions being anywhere from 4 wins to 10 wins, media doesn’t quite know what to make of the 2013 squad.  Here is the latest buzz about the Lions from around the web.

O’Hara’s Monday Crackdown via

There was a moment during the second half of the Lions’ opening preseason game against the Jets when Suh schooled a young lineman on the sideline. It was a sign of Suh’s growing role on the defense, and Suh talked about it for this week’s Monday Countdown.

WR Myron Lewis makes case to make roster via Mlive

Willis hauled in three catches for 51 yards on Friday in the exhibition opener against the New York Jets, including a diving 15-yard touchdown just moments after sliding for a 27-yarder along the right sideline.

Game in Review Lions vs Jets via (inlcudes video)

The biggest takeaways from Friday’s preseason win over the New York Jets had to be the splash plays made by two Lions’ newcomers: the hurdle by running back Reggie Bush and the pick-six by rookie defensive end Ziggy Ansah.

Slay plays mistake free via MLive

With cornerback Ron Bartell scratched for the Detroit Lions’ preseason opener, rookie Darius Slay got the starting nod in his first game as a professional.

Kicking Solid in Debut via Sidelion Report

There were certainly some highlights from the Detroit Lions’ 26-17 victory over the New York Jets on Friday, such as Ziggy Ansah’s pick-six off Mark Sanchez. Interesting enough, if you listened to national media, you’d swear Sanchez threw an interception to himself as all the focus (as it usually is) was on a New York athlete failing rather than a rookie making a remarkable play in his first series as a pro.

Larry Warford Lions Debut via Sidelion

The Detroit Lions might not have a bigger question mark on offense than their rebuilt offensive line. Rob Sims and Dominic Raiola are the only two starters from 2012 season to return to the team, leaving three new starters to be broken in at the same time.


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