Dan Orlovsky Safety In Detroit Lions Versus Minnesota Vikings Game
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This Image Pretty Much Describes Detroit's Whole Season Thus Far

10/12/08 in NFL   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

I was afraid that with Dan Orlovsky now starting at QB for the Lions, there was a possibility that they might start actually becoming a semi-competent team. But as this image makes clear, no reason to worry about that turnaround just yet. 

As you can see, Orlovsky seemed to forget where he was on the field, and apparently decided to head for the locker room a little too early.

Naturally the Lions lost 12-10, meaning the safety was the difference in the game. Fail? No. EPIC FAIL is the only way to describe that.

Someone should tell Dan Orlovsky what the big white stripe means [
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10/13/08   |   thevandal1   |   71 respect

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I can't believe that Childress didn't go for two and then the football gods didn't smite him for it. Only against Detroit can you get away with that. Guess it's easy to tell he's a Andy Reid disciple.

10/12/08   |   Michael_G   |   37922 respect


10/12/08   |   MrNFL   |   175 respect

Is it Drew Stanton time yet in Detroit?

10/12/08   |   huskerdoug2009   |   2790 respect

With a 12-10 score, I don't think either teams offense has much to brag home about.  Even as bad as Lions were they were one call from winning.

10/12/08   |   MrNFL   |   175 respect

This should be submitted to the Fail Blog for sure.

10/12/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4214 respect

Jon Kitna wonders how he got benched for that.

Whatever the heck happened to Drew Stanton?  I thought Detroit was kind of excited about him.  Or is he hurt again?

10/12/08   |   Pat   |   5232 respect

It takes talent to lose like this.