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If Lions Beat Packers, Travis Fisher Will Celebrate by Walking Back to Detroit
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 26th 2008 3:10PM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Lions, Packers, NFL FansOur unnamed resident FanHouse Packers fan is convinced that the Lions will avoid 0-16 thanks to the generosity of Green Bay’s defense. I find that very hard to believe because Detroit hasn’t won a game this season and are fresh off a 35-point home loss to the 8-7 Saints.

When you include the starting quarterback situation, the head coaching situation (or, if you’re Rob Parker: the defensive coordinator/son-in-law situation), and the general apathy towards winning, well, oh-for-’08 appears eminently doable.

More proof: Detroit cornerback Travis Fisher either has very little confidence in the Lions’ chances or he LOVES walking. “If we win, man, I ain’t catching the plane back home,” Fisher said today. “I might walk. I’ll walk back. I’ll walk back to Detroit.”

Asked jokingly whether the media can hold him to that, Fisher said, smiling: “That’s a guarantee. I’ll walk back to Detroit.” It’s not an Anthony Smith-style guarantee, and certainly less eye-gouge-worthy than when ESPN employee Sean Salisbury’s “promised” to walk naked from Bristol to DC should the ‘Skins make the playoffs. But, if nothing else, it was a lighthearted moment for a team in desperate need of one. (Assuming you’re not into the comedy stylings of Rob Parker, of course.)

It’s probably worth mentioning that Fisher suffered a concussion against the Saints, although he sounds more lucid here than Marinelli has at any point this season.




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