The answer will be clear to you 2 seconds into the Seahawks’ first drive. And that answer is no, doesn’t hurt us. If anything the 10 days gave people time to celebrate like we’re champions of the universe but also gave time to settle back down and remember who is coming to town.
Didn’t hurt the Lions I can assure you of that. A lot of bad taste coming out of that building, especially from coaches but also to all the players here who got their ass handed to them last year.
You’re not wrong. It has seemed like a long week. But the weights will balance tomorrow. Back to Sundays at 1 p.m. for the meantime. As Lions fans, that’s what our brains are programmed and wired for because they don’t play on any other days or any other times.
Last year, a lot of people expressed a sense of disrespect due to the Lions not being on any primetime or different day games.
I was called crazy, but I LOVED that about the schedule last year. Every week (except Thanksgiving and the flex), 1 p.m Sunday. Every week all season. I am in no way an expert, but felt that the consistency of the schedule was a great thing; because it trickles down to practice, travel, meetings, etc.
I have an advantage because I have been in a time warp and have already seen this game. So let me breadown how it unfolds.
1st Quarter - Lions win the quarter 20-0
2nd Quarter - Lions win the quarter 20-0, going up 40-0
3rd Quarter - Dan shows respect to the opponent and plays the practice squad, they only win the quarter 10-0
4th Quarter - Fans are allowed to come into the game and lose the quarter 7-0
Never, ever have I seen the kind of attention from Michiganders and the news that the Lions are commanding. So electric!
Can MSU just end its athletics and call it good? They really are an embarrassment to the state. Seriously, get rid of it all. If they want something to do with their stadiums, do rodeos and call it good.