I like where the roster is at. Pair that with the division not going out and doing anything big. I think Detroit can turn it around.
If they don’t(hey, it’s the Lions) Patricia and Quinn will be gone, and the new regime will most likely want their own guy at QB. I’d be ok moving on from Stafford, only because I like him enough, that he’d hopefully move into a better opportunity. Not the team that has been rebuilding for 60+ years
Trey Lance is legit, anyone who knows anything draft related has seen/heard about his talent. He’s a top 10 pick all day, big, strong arm, accurate (no picks thrown in 2019), he can run too. He may be the 2nd QB off the board come next April
Right. I was just responding to Guitargod re: Lance. I thin Fields is a lock for the top 5 to be honest. I’d be sure that Lawrence and he were going 1&2 if Sewell wasn’t a one in every fifteen year left tackle.
I agree that the top of next year’s draft looks quite promising… To bad we were bad last year, we’ll probably be mediocre this year, just good enough to out us out if reach of trading up for one of the elite prospects. Say 7-9 and picking 15th or something
He’s fast enough, I don’t see 4.38, but that’s fine. He can pick up some yards with his kegs when needed, he’s not overly elusive or sudden, but he seems to be adequate in that department. It’ll come down to level of competition sure, hopefully we don’t have a restricted season and both can showcase their abilities… NDSU plays Oregon early, that’s really the only “good” team they play, so hopefully we get to see it.
I don’t see 4.38 either. Playing speed is different as you know. Hock for instance sure seems faster than a 4.7 guy when the bullets are dying.
Fields and Lance both look like 4.5 guys assuming that they are healthy. I think Lawrence is a tick below but I think I might take him in a 100m dash. Once he gets up to full speed he really moves because of that monstrous stride.