Nov 10, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley (98) and Detroit Lions free safety Louis Delmas (26) Detroit Lions strong safety Don Carey (32) and Detroit Lions outside linebacker DeAndre Levy (54) celebrate after he sacks Chicago Bears quarterback Josh McCown (12) in the 4th quarter at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions respond to Brandon Marshall

After the Detroit Lions defeated the Chicago Bears for the second time this season, Bears’ wide receiver Brandon Marshall went on a rant, referring to the Lions as the Bears’ little brother. Marshall attacked the city of Detroit’s financial woes as well.

On Tuesday, the Lions fired back.

“If you want to go after somebody, we standing right here,” Lions’ left guard Rob Sims told Michael Rothstein of “We ain’t running from nobody. The city and what it’s going through, there’s no reason to attack that. That’s a different situation.

“A lot of people are hurting off that, so there’s no reason for him to come at that,” Sims added.

The Lions’ second victory over the Bears this season gave them sole possession of first place in the NFC North.

“I think the writing’s on the wall right there. So who’s the big brother, who’s the little brother? It’s .500, it’s 50-50,”  Lions’ center Dominc Raiola said, referring to the Lions’ 2-2 record against the Bears since Marshall joined the team.

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