One of the biggest questions hovering around the Detroit Lions as they prepare to kick off training camp this week is if this team is capable of winning now despite being in the middle of a rebuild. While that’s a matter of debate for fans and media pundits, the answer is clear for someone like
The Detroit Lions will kick off training camp this week under the umbrella of a new regime in the Motor City. One that implemented several changes across the board this offseason and still has much more to do. Despite the rebuild being incomplete, the Lions are hoping to field a competitive team this upcoming season.
Penei Sewell, Detroit Lions (Photo by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) The Detroit Lions are not expected to do much winning this fall. Will the fans be disappointed if they do exceed expectations? It is almost time for training camp to open. Lions fans are starting to get excited like they do every year. And like
Jared Goff #16 of the Detroit Lions (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) A current debate among Detroit Lions fans has been over the current and former quarterbacks of the Pride, Jared Goff versus Matthew Stafford. We’re going to state the main tenets of each argument but go past them to see what statistical analysis can
Detroit Lions Running Back D’Andre Swift (32) Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports As most NFL fans start to prepare for their fantasy drafts, I wanted to give Detroit Lions‘ fans an outlook of where their favorite players stand. Here is a list of what to keep in mind as you get ready for your respective
Brad Holmes, Detroit Lions (Photo by Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press Syndication) The Detroit Lions‘ new brass of general manager Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell say Jared Goff is the answer. But if he can’t keep opposing defenses honest, he isn’t. It has been the biggest offseason story of the Detroit Lions. The
With training camps starting to kick off across the NFL this week, the Detroit Lions find themselves in the midst of a transition. Yet another rebuild is underway in the Motor City and it brings many questions that will need to be answered this summer. One of the biggest questions being about the team’s defense.
Reggie Bush. That’s the last Detroit Lions‘ running back to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season for the Motor City. That’s hard to believe for a team whose greatest player was a running back. Bush accomplished this feat back in 2013. And he just barely did so racking up 1,006 rushing yards
If the Detroit Lions are going to have any hope of being competitive in the upcoming 2021 NFL regular season, it’s clear that their new quarterback under center will have to excel. Coming off a down season with the Los Angeles Rams, Jared Goff comes to the Motor City via a trade this offseason in
Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams (Photo by Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports) The Detroit Lions concentrated on building in the trenches while no big-name receivers were added. Was that a mistake that will haunt them? New general manager Brad Holmes is trying to raise this franchise from the dead. If the truth is to be told,
The wait is nearly over, as training camp is approaching along with the 2021 season. And the Detroit Lions are ready to kick off the Dan Campbell era. A lot has been made of the lack of star power on this roster, and because of that, there will be a larger emphasis on depth in
Trey Flowers, Detroit Lions (Mandatory Credit: Billy Hardiman-USA TODAY Sports) Believe it or not, NFL teams will take the practice field for training camp in just a matter of weeks. While the Detroit Lions will have many new players to become acquainted with, a handful of familiar ones will be under a heightened level of
There’s been much media attention given to a Detroit Lions rival quarterback this offseason. But what if this controversy in Green Bay had a more direct effect on the Lions roster than only on the team’s ability to win a couple of games? For a minute, let’s speculate that a certain quarterback doesn’t show up
Isiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) The Detroit Lions‘ Brad Holmes has the fans feeling optimistic. But where does he rank among the Motor City’s four major general managers? Detroit’s four major sports teams have all had their moments. The Tigers are a historic team that has traditionally been a contender.
The Detroit Lions will enter the 2021 NFL regular season in the midst of a rebuild. Yet, prior to the start of training camp, there’s hope that the massive amount of offseason changes made by the franchise will give fans a glimmer of hope that the Motor City might be competitive this upcoming season. But
Anytime an NFL team goes through a regime change, you have to expect some major moves to be made within the entire organization. For the Detroit Lions this offseason, the number of changes have been massive. And there are many more to come. A new front office and a new coaching staff in Motown have
It’s no secret that the Detroit Lions wide receiver corps is thin when it comes to star power. It’s also not going to set fear into the hearts of any defenders right out of the gate. So who is expected to carry the load when it comes to the Motown passing game? That responsibility sits
Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) The Detroit Lions have the ingredients to finally run the ball well. Does that mean the passing game will be put on the backburner? Lions fans have had very little to cheer about since their last NFL championship 63 years ago in 1957. Since then
Penei Sewell, Detroit Lions (Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press – Syndication: Detroit Free Press) The one trade the Detroit Lions should make this summer by Zach Harrow The Detroit Lions are heading in an exciting new direction after kicking off a near-complete rebuild this offseason. That includes the hiring of a new general manager in
Odell Beckham Jr. #13 of the Cleveland Browns (Photo by Bobby Ellis/Getty Images) Retooling. That’s the word fans of the Pride have been hearing all offseason about the 2021-22 Detroit Lions. It’s also the word first-year general manager Brad Holmes used to describe the Lions, refusing to call this offseason what it most likely is,