It’s Monday so that means it’s time to hear from Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell.
Campbell will no doubt be feeling good after a dominant win over the division-rival Chicago Bears. The Lions’ offense rolled up more than 500 yards of offense on the lowly Bears as Jared Goff went 21 of 29 passing for 255 yards and three touchdowns.
Jamaal Williams took 22 carries for 144 yards and ran in a touchdown, as did D’Andre Swift, who had 11 rushes for 77 yards and scored on a rush and scored on a reception. On defense, the Lions racked up six sacks and held the Bears scoreless over the final three quarters. The 41-10 win cemented Detroit’s first sweep of Chicago in five seasons.
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The home-finale victory also keeps the Lions’ playoff hopes alive, but to get in, they’ll need to defeat the Green Bay Packers next week at Lambeau Field and have the Seattle Seahawks lose at home vs. the Los Angeles Rams. Detroit defeated Green Bay, 15-9, on Nov. 6. Follow along as Campbell breaks down the win and looks forward to the next challenge:
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