The Lions Congregation: Resurrection!

>> 3.19.2010

Yes, you read right: The Lions Congregation has risen from the dead!  The men of the Lions cloth have gathered in council once more, now over at DF79’s Roar of the Lions site.  The flock, increased in number, discuss these ineffable questions three:

  • 1. With the loss of MLB Larry Foote to Pittsburgh, which diminishes the versatility of DeAndre Levy since he will likely be called upon to fill the role as starter in the middle, do the Lions need to address their LB personnel? Are Ernie Sims or Julian Peterson still tradeable?
  • 2. The Lions have Chester Pitts visiting, and Ryan Lilja remains on the market as well. Would you like to see the Lions add yet another veteran stop-gap to help fill out their offensive line, or would you like to see them utilize one of their high draft picks on upgrading the offensive line? (Please note that Lilja was still on the market when the questions were sent out, and answers submitted. The speed of the league is lightning at times)
  • 3. The Lions brought in Shaun Hill via trade from the 49ers to fill the role of veteran backup. Is there still need at the backup QB position? What are your thoughts on the deal? (Detroit gave up a 2011 7th rounder)

    Check out The Lions Congregation, at its new digs, for the answers!

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TimT,  March 20, 2010 at 10:09 AM  

I noticed the other day that it had been ~somewhat~ reassembled. It's taken shape nicely.

Ty,  March 21, 2010 at 11:21 AM  

Yeah, we all felt that the Congregation was just too cool of an thing to die. Josh (DF79) stepped up to host it at his blog, and we've added some more top writers to the group. We're all pretty excited about where it's going!


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