Posts Tagged ‘Rod Marinelli’

The Mike Brown Saga One of Heartbreak for the Bears

With the season right around the corner the Bears have quietly made a solid effort to fill some much needed holes on both sides of the ball. With every ones focus on receivers to go with Cutler-mania we have overlooked a very much needed area that needs to be addressed a.s.a.p….safety. Has the absolute jubilation […]

Can Rod Marinelli Save The Bears Defense?

Last week the Chicago Bears held a mini camp. This was the earliest date that teams are allowed to perform offseason workouts. Monday was physicals, followed by individual drills on Tuesday-Thursday. During these drills the coaches got to make an evaluation for the upcoming 2009 NFL Draft. This was especially important to new coaches Rod […]

Titans Defensive Coordinator Schwartz Hired by Lions as New Coach

The Lions, fresh off a historic 0-16 season, have a new head coach in place, as reports are stating that the team has reached a deal with Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. He has agreed to a four-year deal states ESPN. Schwartz was with the Titans for the past season seasons as their defensive coordinator. […]

Bears Offer Former Lions Coach Marinelli D-Line Coaching Job

Despite going 0-16 with the Lions, it didn’t take former head coach Rod Marinelli long to at least get a job offer from another team.  Pro Football and the Chicago Tribune is reporting that Marinelli has been offered the job of coaching the Bears defensive line. The report says that Marinelli received the formal […]

Titans Dominate Winless Lions in Detroit 47-10

Four days ago, the Titans lost their first game of the season to the Jets. That was one of the more tough games on the Titans 2008 schedule. In the same week, they played the easiest team in the league, the Detroit Lions. The Lions are 0-11 while the Titans are 10-1. The game was […]

Lions Coach Rod Marinelli – Dead Man Walking

Being at Ford Field on Sunday and in the media room for coach Rod Marinelli was quite an experience. The Lions media, all very nice men just trying to do their jobs, were out on a mission to find out just how and why this team, that started last season so well, has totally collapsed […]

Bears Blow Past Lions in 34-7 Smashing in Detroit

It was as if the ghost of Matt Millen was lurking around Ford Field Sunday. That’s at least how the Lions played. Like has been the case all season, the Lions dug a hole for themselves, and this time were not even able to make it a game, falling 34-7 to the Chicago Bears. There […]

Detroit Lions 2008 Preview Report

By Andy Benoit, Predicted: 4th 2007 Record: 7-9 (3rd NFC North) Head coach: Rod Marinelli (3rd year) Roster Quick View *rookie **new veteran Offense QB: Jon Kitna Righteous leader but must take fewer sacks and have fewer turnovers. RB: Kevin Smith* Only a third-round pick, but feebleness at RB position could land him a […]