Bears DT Anthony Adams: (Gut Busting Dance Video)

Every great football movie/tv show has the loud, ostentatious, lovable fat guy character in it. Think about it: Billy Bob in “Varsity Blues,” the grifter guy in “Wildcats,” Tanker in “Friday Night Lights,” the list goes on and on.

A real life show-off lard ass exists on the Chicago Bears in DT Anthony Adams. It’s just too bad the team did not play as well as Adams gets down. The Bears got smacked by the Detroit Lions 24-13

As we found out here. Watch the “Adams groove” (yes, I did intentionally reference a MC Hammer hit theme song to a crappy movie) after the jump
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Detroit Lions 24, Chicago Bears 13: Rapid Reaction


Stop us if you heard this before- Jay Cutler didn’t have much a pocket to work with, and his receivers did very little to help him.

Matthew Stafford (19-26-219-1-2), on the other hand, actually had some protection, and his two TD passes put Detroit ahead in the third. Jahvid Best’s (12-163-1) 88-yard run later in the third quarter gave the Lions a double-digit lead, and they held on for a 24-13 win over the Chicago Bears Monday night. It was the first home Monday night game in Detroit in a decade.

The Lions (5-0) are undefeated through five games for the first time since 1956—the year before their last NFL title.

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Detroit Lions: An Offensive Juggernaut

Through a quarter of the NFL season Shaun Hill has a higher passer rating than Brett Favre.

That statement pretty much sums up how everything is turned upside down in the league this year. The Detroit Lions are very fortunate at this set of circumstances because many of the fringe quarterbacks chose to play in the UFL and their ownership will not release the top performers to the NFL until they complete their schedules.

Daunte Culpepper, Jeff Garcia, and Tim Rattay are not just a phone call away for a needy general manager. Otherwise, one or more of the aforementioned players would already probably be on the Buffalo Bills roster. The Lions had scored the most points of any team in the NFC at the conclusion of their game against the Rams.

By Patrick Herbert

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