Who did the Lions beat in the playoffs in 1991?

Who did the Lions beat in the playoffs in 1991?

The 1991 Detroit Lions season was the franchise’s 62nd season in the National Football League, their 58th as the Detroit Lions….

1991 Detroit Lions season
Division place 1st NFC Central
Playoff finish Won Divisional Playoffs (vs. Cowboys) 38–6 Lost NFC Championship (at Redskins) 10–41

Is Calvin Johnson the best of all time?

Once Jerry Rice’s records start to fall, Calvin Johnson has to be considered among the best receivers in NFL history. There are many things to like about Johnson, from his size, speed and agility to his demeanor and clear desire to succeed.

Why is Calvin Johnson mad at the Lions?

On Friday, Johnson disclosed another reason for his hard feelings. Johnson claims that he wanted to finish his career with another team, but that the Lions wouldn’t let him leave. “We asked would they release me or let me go to another team,” Johnson recently told WoodwardSports.com. “They wouldn’t.”

How much money do the Lions owe Calvin?

Per Monarrez, Johnson gave back at least $1 million. The Lions said in March 2016, according to Monarrez, that the situation was “settled to the satisfaction of the parties.” That doesn’t appear to be the case, though.

How much money does Detroit owe Calvin Johnson?

Calvin Johnson is open to repair his fractured relationship with the Lions if they are willing to cut a check. When Johnson surprised the world by retiring after the 2015 season, Detroit made him pay back at least $1 million of the $16 million signing bonus he was given a few years prior.

Did the Lions not pay Calvin Johnson?

Ever since Calvin Johnson retired from the NFL, there has been a dispute between him and the Detroit Lions. That dispute stems from the Lions telling Johnson that he had to give back some of his $16 million signing bonus when he retired before his contract expired.

Will Calvin Johnson come back to the Lions?

Calvin Johnson is Canton bound and working to repair his relationship with the Lions. The former Lions star wide receiver is among the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2021 and will be inducted in his first year of eligibility. Johnson was informed of the honor on Saturday during NFL Honors.

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