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Every week Kenny Golladay Jersey , we’ll use a song to describe our feeling or the Lions’ performance from the previous game. At the end of the year, we’ll have a complete Spotify playlist telling the story of the Lions’ 2018 season. You can check out the 2017 playlist here, and our explanations for our choices here.Forgive me as I’m writing this while the game is still in the fourth quarter and Matt Patricia just used all three of his timeouts just so that they can dial up a quarterback sneak with under a minute to go in the game. I am on edge, and there was nothing positive to take from this game. The offense was a disaster. Everyone was bad. The defense, despite being very opportunistic with a couple forced turnovers, was still gashed in the run game and struggled to get off the field on third down. And special teams continues to be a major problem with this team. It was ugly.Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings Song of the Game: “Same Old Thing” by The Black Keys“Oh, oh nohurt me so”This play put the game on ice, and it was the last chance for the offense to get something going while giving them some hope. This is also something that would only happen to the Lions. “You’ve got a callous heartfrom being torn apart...”When the Lions throw the game in embarrassing fashion, you can only feel numb to the pain. Especially after what they’ve done to us over the years. They eat at you and frustrate you all throughout the game, but when it’s all said and done, what can you do? This game was no different than last week against the Seahawks, or their other losses. “...No matter how much love you try to bringjust the same old thing...”As much as I wanted those wins to turn into something real, I think the Lions have at least another year or two before they become contenders. There are just too many holes on defense and there is going to be a lot of turnover and growing pains heading into next year. The offense looks pretty good on paper, but they’re going to need to do a better job of keeping Matthew Stafford safe. And Stafford is going to need to shake off whatever it is that’s haunting his mind Authentic Kerryon Johnson Jersey , because he looks lost on the field. I’m convinced that he is easily confused by good defenses. I’m not losing hope in the future of this team under Patricia, but for now, this year is just going to be the same old thing that we’re used to.(If you don’t see the playlist above, click here.) Robert Martin of Rutgers might be one of the biggest surprises in the New York Giants' training camp.No one expected much from the running back when the team reported in the last week of July. The 22-year-old from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, didn't start for the Scarlet Knights last season and had to attend a tryout after the draft to get an invite to camp.Less than three weeks into camp, Martin has opened some eyes. He has continually broken some big runs during the practices. He did it again on Thursday night in the second half of the preseason opener against the Cleveland Browns, picking up 39 yards on five carries with a long run of 19 yards.The only Giant who did better was No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley, who had 43 yards on five carries, including a game-opening 39-yard run."I know what I am bringing to the team," Martin said Sunday after practice. "I had a rocky college experience, different coaches, different running backs coaches, a lot of ups and downs. It helped me. It formed my character Youth LeGarrette Blount Jersey , but at the end of the day I always knew I could play football. Given the chance and opportunity, playing with the best of the best in the NFL, I would be able to show my talent."Martin says he put in a lot of work to get to this point. While taking courses this spring, he worked on his pass routes and running back drills. He also did a lot of film preparation, watching the Vikings' offense that new Giants coach Pat Shurmur was bringing to the Meadowlands."When I got up here I just wanted to show what I could do," Martin said.The road to football has never been simple for Martin. His mother, Deborah Hill, never wanted him to play. His brother, Steven Smith, had to persuade her to let him try after he excelled on the playgrounds.He eventually made it to Rutgers and carried 448 times for 2,256 yards and 18 touchdowns, finishing 10th in school history for career yards rushing. His senior year was disappointing because he was the No. 2 back to graduate transfer Gus Edwards of Miami. Martin gained 434 yards on 99 carries with three touchdowns.The Giants still gave him a tryout, and so far he was made the most of it, competing against Barkley http://www.lionsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-christian-jones-jersey , veteran Jonathan Stewart and second-year backs Wayne Gallman, Shane Smith and Jalen Simmons."I think they all had their moments of good play," Shurmur said of his running backs in the 20-10 loss to the Browns. "I thought Stewart didn't have as many snaps as the others. I thought Gallman had a couple nice runs. I think they all kind of stood out in my mind in making a play or two here, but Jalen did a good job. There were some nice hard runs in there, and then we've seen Rob obviously, we've seen him in practice have some good runs and he's a hard physical runner and it showed up in the game."NOTES: Defensive coordinator James Bettcher was in Indiana this weekend to attend services for his mother, who died last week. He will rejoin the team Tuesday in Detroit for practices with the Lions. Secondary coach Lou Anarumo called the plays for the defense Sunday. ... Giants T Nate Solder is ready to go against the Lions and their new coach, Matt Patricia, who was the Patriots' defensive coordinator when Solder was in New England. "I think they will expose some things we need to work on, it will show some of the areas we are strong in," Solder said. ... Veteran LB Connor Barwin was nicked in the preseason opener and did not practice. S Darian Thompson also was out with a hamstring injury.

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