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Dean and I will be doing our first ever Monday show. Make sure you tune in because we need people to give their input, and try their hand at some of Dean's "Lions Trivia".
We also have a big announcement to make, that is sure to interest many listeners. You do not want to miss this show!!
We'll also be introducing typical Monday segments, and covering all recent Detroit Lions news.
Round Table of Sports- Every Monday night at 8 PM
Let BBMP Sports kick your week off right with an episode of "Round Table of Sports"
Hosts: Gerald McElreath / Kent Fiott
Tonight's Run Down:
NFL: Is instant replay doing it's job properly in sports? We explain in the first part of tonight's show.
Detroit Lions: Season Recap: Report Cards are in.
Detroit Pistons: Can the Pistons contend for the 5th seed in the East?
WE ENCOURAGE OUR LISTENERS TO JOIN IN THE CONVERSATIO
Be part of the first episode of "Detroit Lions Talk with Ryan Steck".
The first show will primarily be an introduction of who Ryan Steck is, and how he began covering the Detroit Lions.
We will also reveal different segments of the show, and what to expect in the future.
we're got some great guests booked, don't miss out on "Detroit Lions Talk with Ryan Steck".
Ryan and Dean will be breaking down all of the Lions new players in 2010, as well as discussing players who may potentially end up wearing Honolulu blue this season.
They will also be introducing all of their segments for this upcoming season, and explaining the format of the show.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to be part of history on Saturday July 10, as Detroit Lions Talk with Ryan Steck and Dean Holden makes it's first appearance on the air!
The Bears (5-9) host the Detroit Lions (10-4) in a game that can help determine the NFC North race. The Lions are a game ahead of the Green Bay Packers, and can clinch the division today with a win and a Packer loss. The Bears close out their home portion of a very disappointing season by changing quarterbacks against one of the top rated defenses in the NFL. Jimmy Claussen will have his hands full with a Detroit front four led by the best defensive tackle in the league. Can the Bears look competative? Will the Lions keep their foot on the gas? We break it all down after the game.
Hello all! This week on NFLFemale, we'll be getting updates on the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit Lions. Join us as we break down their off season, drafts, and OTAs! We'll hear from our Official Fan Reporter for the Vikings, Virlisa Lane, and our Official Fan Reporter for the Lions, Sonja Greenfield! Plus, which NFL free agents will still get a contract this season? Listen in and we'll give you our opinion!
Calvin Johnson, Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions are trying to wash away the memories from last season's miserable 4-12 showing. Can they return to the playoffs in 2013?
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press joins us to break down where the team stands with the opener approaching.
Plus, we'll make our picks for Week 1.
Detroit Lions: 2014 NFL Draft Recap.
What grade do you give the Lions draft this year? I want to hear YOUR thoughts on tonight's Draft Recap Special on BBMP Radio. This show will focus on the Detroit Lions and the NFC North divison. Make sure you call in as we kick off the new league year in the NFL. I will also give you my break down on the Lion's draft picks and raise a very importrant question. Make sure you tune in to find out what it is!
The Detroit Lions hold the No. 5 pick in the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft. So, what will they do with that selection?
That's the jumping off point for co-hosts Max DeMara and Chris Burke as they debate the Lions' wants and needs heading into the draft. They'll be joined along the way by Dave BIrkett of the Detroit Free Press, who will hop on to provide his insight into the Lions' plans.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions. The winner will claim the NFC North Division title, and host a playoff game. The Green Bay Packers could possibly clinch home field advantage, with some help. However, is the division title necessary?
The NFC North has been in existence, for 12 years. No division winner has won the Super Bowl, and only the 2006 Chicago Bears went, to the Super Bowl. Since winning the Super Bowl, in 1996, the Green Bay Packers have won eight division titles. The only time they went back to the Super Bowl, was the following year in 2007. Therefore, the last seven times they won the division, the have been eliminated; from the playoffs, before making the Super Bowl.
One of the Packers four losses, has been to the Detroit Lions. The defense played well, and a sluggish offense allowed more point, than they scored. A fumble return for a touchdown, and a safety accounted for nine of the Lions 19 points. The defense held Matthew Stafford, without a touchdown pass, and forced two interceptions. However, Aaron Rodgers was held to 162 yards passing, and was sacked two times. Listen in and call the show.
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