In Week 15, the Detroit Lions will be welcoming the Chicago Bears to Ford Field for a rare Saturday matchup for the Lions.
As you may or may not know, the Lions will be wearing their Color Rush jerseys for the first time this season.
The #ColorRush is coming out! #OnePride pic.twitter.com/UTq20zwluc
— Detroit Lions (@Lions) December 15, 2017
In addition to the Color Rush jersey, Lions tight end Eric Ebron will also be wearing some custom made cleats for the big game. As you can see below, Ebron will be donning “Playstation” themed cleats on Saturday.
#ColorRush @PlayStation #PS1 (I Was The Goat in Crash Bandicoot) pic.twitter.com/PJOeObuP3a
— Eric Ebron (@Ebron85) December 15, 2017
Apparently, Ebron feels like he was the greatest of all-time (GOAT) when it came to the game Crash Bandicoot.
EDITORIAL: Tigers GM Al Avila drops ball by trading Ian Kinsler for bag of balls
The Detroit Tigers are in an all-out rebuilding mode. In fact, they have been in that phase since the MLB trade deadline approached this past July. Tigers general manager Al Avila made it perfectly clear at that time that his goal was to shed payroll by unloading some of the bigger contracts while trying to re-stock the team’s farm system in the process.
And that is exactly what Avila has done.
Not only did he trade away J.D. Martinez, Justin Wilson, Justin Upton, and his son, Alex Avila, but he also dealt one of the greatest Tigers of all-time, Justin Verlander.
In return for those players, the Tigers received a plethora of prospects who may or may not pan out. They were trades Avila almost had to make at the time considering the direction the team is going.
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