The Detroit Lions After Week 1 5

1:03 PM 10 Sep 2013

Lions Team Rankings and Stats thru Week 1

Regular Season Team Offense -
Ranked #4, 77 plays, 469 yards, 34 points per game

Regular Season Team Rushing -
Ranked #9, 33 attempts, 117 yards, 2 TDs

Regular Season Team Passing -
Ranked #4, 43 attempts, 28 completions, 352 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 1 sack, 96.8 rating

Regular season Team Receiving -
Ranked #5, 28 receptions, 357 yards, 2 TDs

Regular Season Team Punt returners -
Ranked #5, 5 returns, 37 yards

Regular Season Team Field Goals -
Ranked #8, 2-for-2

Regular Season Scoring -
Ranked #3, 34 points per game, 4 TDs, 4 XPs, 2 FGs

Lions Individual Rankings and Stats thru Week 1

Rushing

Reggie Bush – 21 attempts, 90 yards, 0 TDs

Joique Bell – 6 attempts, 25 yards, 2 TDs

Passing

Matthew Stafford – 28-for-43, 357 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 1 Sack, 96.8 Rating

TE Joseph Fauria is quickly making a name for himself

TE Joseph Fauria celebrates his first NFL TD

Receiving

Reggie Bush – 4 receptions, 101 yards, 1 TD

Nate Burleson – 6 receptions, 78 yards

Joique Bell – 5 receptions, 67 yards

Calvin Johnson – 4 receptions, 37 yards

Patrick Edwards – 3 receptions, 30 yards

Joseph Fauria – 3 receptions, 27 yards, 1 TD

Kris Durham – 1 reception, 11 yards

Brandon Pettigrew – 2 receptions, 6 yards

Tony Scheffler – Not a damn thing

Punt Returns

Michael Spurlock – 5 returns, 37 yards

Field Goals

David Akers – 2-for-2

Scoring

Joique Bell – 2 TDs, 12 points

David Akers – 4 PATs, 2 FGs, 10 points

Reggie Bush – 1 TD, 6 points

Joseph Fauria – 1 TD, 6 points

QB Sacks

Nick Fairley – 1.5 for 9.5 yards

Ezekiel Ansah – 0.5 for 1.5 yards

Stephen Tullock – 1 for zero yards

Combined Yards

Reggie Bush – 90 rushing, 101 receiving, 191 total

Joique Bell – 25 rushing, 67 receiving, 92 total

Nate Burleson – 0 rushing, 78 receiving, 78 total

Michael Spurlock – 37 punt return, 37 total

Calvin Johnson – 0 rushing, 37 receiving, 37 total

Patrick Edwards – 0 rushing, 30 receiving, 30 total

Joseph Fauria – 0 rushing, 27 receiving, 27 total

Kris Durham – 0 rushing, 11 receiving, 11 total

Brandon Pettigrew – 0 rushing, 6 receiving, 6 total

Matthew Stafford – 2 rushing, 2 total

Penalized Lions

Suh's unnecessary low block that cost the Lions a TD

Suh’s unnecessary low block that cost the Lions a TD

11 penalties for 88 yards

3 holding – Pettigrew, Whitehead, Burleson

2 offsides – McIntosh, Ansah

2 false starts – Warford, Reiff

1 low block- Suh

1 taunting – Delmas

1 defensive holding – Slay

1 encrochment – Fairley

1 defensive pass interference – Houston

Check back each week for updated easy to read stat and ranking information!

 

5 thoughts on “The Detroit Lions After Week 1

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  2. Dave Brown, TSB Senior Writer Reply Dave Brown, TSB Senior Writer Sep 10, 2013 5:41 PM

    I thought the pass interference call on Houston was ticky-tack. The Lions did have a 12th penalty declined by the Vikings.

  3. Derek Mack Reply dmac93065 Sep 10, 2013 7:18 PM

    This was a great game that is overshadowed by Suh’s block than all the other good things the team did. I liked Bell’s new celebration. His 2TD performance as a backup is a bigger story to me than a block that happens over 100 times on any given Sunday.

    • Jeffrey A. Moore, TSB Lead Writer Reply Jeffrey A. Moore, TSB Lead Writer Sep 10, 2013 7:23 PM

      I agree, but we all know this is a new NFL and Suh knows he is always being watched. That play was totally unnecessary and cost a TD. Boneheaded but not worth 100K. WOW That is insane. Good thing he is loaded already and about to get another HUGE contract. I love Bell! He is one of my favorite stories on the Lions.

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