Last year we demoted Lynn, the offense rapidly improved.
This year we fired Pleasant, the defense rapidly improved.
Next year we fire Roary the Lion replace him with a real Lion, guaranteed Super Bowl victory!!!
It’s simple math really.
We’ve already got Dan Detroit, courtesy of PETA.
By the way, I’m still not sure what bizarro world I’m living in where PETA can take a joke and the Detroit Lions are a real football team.
who gets fired next year?
Our strength and conditioning team most likely. Given all the back injuries this year.
he’s been replaced with Good Luck Baby
Good luck baby is kicking ass, but a real Lion makes a lot of sense for the home field advantage. Train the Lion to hunt divisional rival QB’s in pregame warmups. Rodgers would retire so freaken fast.
Times 100 he is ready to go coach
Can’t wait to get him in there!
All of a sudden we have one of the healthiest teams in the nfl in December, so I really don’t know. Maybe just horrible luck to start the season.
Sign me up ! I’ll be the lions coach sacrificed early season for $68,500.79
It’s pretty interesting because
Quality opponents early on
But also limited preseason
While it was passionate I thought it was unusual when the okudah sideline thing was caught on video.
Was his voice a distraction ? Was it just timing ?
He could be credited for young player development too
Heard Dan Tuesday on the ticket and he was saying one of the biggest adjustments they made during the bye week was going back to a lot more 2 gap on the d line and having Hutch in a 2 point stance more. Dan was saying he sees the play develop better and it allows him to react faster. Thought that was interesting since they made such a hugr deal in training camp talking about how they were going to be a 1 gap get to the QB line
Going back to a two gap scheme didn’t make the pass rush any worse, and they’ve been much better against the run.
Players loved him. Reading between the lines, he may have been excellent at player development, but pretty bad at scheming (Xs and Os)
He’s continuing to coach and maybe learned some lessons too for his next gig.
He’s with the Packers now, so I wish him nothing by misery and failure, haha