Lions' Tate stung by boos, but empathetic to fans' frustrations

The Detroit News
Lions' Tate stung by boos, but empathetic to fans' frustrations
Lions' Tate stung by boos, but empathetic to fans' frustrations

Justin Rogers and John Niyo discuss the Lions' Week 2 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. Allen Park — Maybe it's for the best, but many Detroit Lions players and coaches try to be tone deaf to the crowd's reactions during a game. The crowd made it difficult Monday night, as the boos repeatedly rained down from the stands at Ford Field — at least until the New York Jets faithful, easily identifiable by their green and white attire, gathered in the middle of the lower bowl in the closing minutes to chant, “J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets, Jets!” Coach Matt Patricia and quarterback Matthew Stafford had little to say about the hometown unrest in the minutes after the game. Stafford, who had thrown

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