I mean, do you know how bad the
Bad enough to lose 38-10 to the aforementioned dreadful Cardinals two week ago. Bad enough to lose seven games in a row. Bad enough that they are 23 turnovers worse this season than last.
Geez, they’re bad enough that even their good stats come with bad news.
In fact, Johnson nearly set a single-game record for receiving yards without a score.
What’s more, the
But wait. There are more miserable numbers that you'd expect to accompany a 4-11 team. The Lions have gotten just two points from their defense all season and have allowed 10 return touchdowns -- four interceptions and two each on kickoffs, punts and fumbles.
And maybe someone could even wake up
Thing is, you have to be capable of causing that misery, and historically, the Bears' most important players have done exactly that.
The losin' Lions figure to be unfocused even more than their usual dumb and dirty selves. Out of any postseason consideration, the Lions seem to be about Stafford's second straight season of 5,000 passing yards and Johnson becoming the first to reach 2,000 receiving yards.