Lions Take Big Step Toward 0-16, Let DeShawn Wynn Run for 73-Yard TD

Michael David Smith

by Michael David Smith

The now 0-15 Lions have many believing that a winless season is not only possible, but probable. This is 0for08, FanHouse's eye on the Detroit Lions and their quest for a winless season.

The Detroit Lions need someone to step up and make a play if they're going to avoid finishing 0-16. In the early going, no one has.

In fact, the Lions' defense looked even more pathetic than usual in he first quarter today at Green Bay. With the Packers facing third-and-4 at their own 27-yard line, running back DeShawn Wynn took the ball around the right end and raced downfield, looking like he was zipping through a high school defense as no Lion could come close to tackling him. Wynn entered today's game with one carry for four yards this season, but he scored a 73-yard touchdown to get the Packers off to a 7-0 lead against the Lions.

On offense, Detroit has had the ball twice and punted twice. The Lions are closing in on 0-16.

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