Who wore 84 for the Lions?

July 2, 2019 Off By idswater

Who wore 84 for the Lions?

Herman Moore

No. 84, 82
Born: October 20, 1969 Danville, Virginia
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight: 210 lb (95 kg)
Career information

Has the Detroit Lions ever won a Superbowl?

Detroit Lions, American professional gridiron football team based in Detroit. The Lions play in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL) and have won four NFL championships (1935, 1952, 1953, and 1957).

When was the last time the Detroit Lions were good?

1991
The Detroit Lions are one of four National Football League teams that have never played in a Super Bowl. The only time they came close was in 1991, when they beat the Dallas Cowboys in the National Conference playoffs, but lost to Washington in the NFC championship game.

What was the Detroit Lions record in 2007?

The 2007 Detroit Lions season was the 78th season for the team in the National Football League. After achieving a 6–2 record at the halfway mark, the Lions lost seven of their last eight games.

How many seasons did the Detroit Lions play?

Seasons Season Team League Regular season Postseason results Finish W L 1930 1930 NFL 6 The NFL did not hold playoff games until 2019 2019 NFL 12

When did the Detroit Lions become a 0-16 team?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. 79th season in franchise history; became the first 0-16 team in the NFL. NFL American football season. The 2008 Detroit Lions season was the franchise’s 79th season in the National Football League (NFL), and their 75th as the Detroit Lions.

What was the Detroit Lions record from 1930 to 2020?

Detroit Lions Franchise Encyclopedia. Seasons: 91 (1930 to 2020) Record (W-L-T): 566-677-33 Playoff Record: 7-13. Super Bowls Won: 0 (0 Appearances) Championships Won *: 4 All-time Passing Leader: Matthew Stafford 3,803/6,082, 43,901 yds, 274 TD All-time Rushing Leader: Barry Sanders 3,062 att, 15,269 yds, 99 TD

What was the Detroit Lions record in 2008?

While unique when it happened, the 2008 Lions’ 0–16 record was later matched by the 2017 Cleveland Browns, who went winless after going 1–15 the year before, breaking the Lions’ record for the worst post-merger two season record (the 1982 Baltimore Colts also went winless [0-8-1], but that season was shortened by a player’s strike that year).

Detroit Lions Franchise Encyclopedia. Seasons: 91 (1930 to 2020) Record (W-L-T): 566-677-33 Playoff Record: 7-13. Super Bowls Won: 0 (0 Appearances) Championships Won *: 4 All-time Passing Leader: Matthew Stafford 3,803/6,082, 43,901 yds, 274 TD All-time Rushing Leader: Barry Sanders 3,062 att, 15,269 yds, 99 TD

Jump to navigation Jump to search. 79th season in franchise history; became the first 0-16 team in the NFL. NFL American football season. The 2008 Detroit Lions season was the franchise’s 79th season in the National Football League (NFL), and their 75th as the Detroit Lions.