Tom is having some Internet issues in the press box at Ford Field. He'll start tonight's live blog as soon as he can.
I'm here, folks. I finally found a decent internet source and I'm ready to roll.
Boy was that frustrating. The wifi went out in the Lions press box. Everybody is off the internet. I was ablet to find a wired connection. Let's hope it stays working.
Matthews high 80s. Rodgers, 90s.
So, in case you haven't seen, if the Packers win they host the New York Giants. If they lose they play at Seattle.
As good as the Giants are playing, you'd still rather be at home.
I couldn't watch because I was scrambling to get on the internet.
I'm not sure why they wouldn't in any scenario.
Soda and popcorn. The internet thing caused me to miss dinner.
No question. It will be interesting to see if he lines up on Nelson the whole game like the last meeting or they just leave him to one side. I'd give Janis or Trevor Davis a chance to test him if it's possible.
Well, I was the one who first mentioned it a month ago. NFL.com didn't have the courtesy to credit me.
Shouldn't. They need to win. They need a home game. No question.
No, he won't get any more attention, but that's why he's worth throwing to. The Lions will cover him one-on-one if they're playing man. Good option if he's getting open.
My boss. A good one, too.
Really, you don't want to lose the momentum. That's the whole thing. Why break the losing streak and possibly have to play a road game. You can't judge which opponent is tougher to play.
Lions are notorious for shutting it down in the fourth quarter, when I need it the most.