In this live episode of The Detroit Lions Podcast, Chris is joined by the always amazing Sandman to conduct a live postgame therapy session for Lions fans frustrated by the loss that the Detroit Lions suffered at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers today.
Detroit Lions Podcast Therapy Session Needed
There wasn’t a lot of positivity heading into this week after the Monday night opener in which the Lions took a shellacking from the embarrassingly bad New York Jets. This was a game in which the Lions needed to show their character. Unfortunately, the character the Lions exhibited provided very little differentiation to the teams of the last few years under the Caldwell regime. That being said, it was a marked improvement over week 1.
We don’t just concentrate on the bad in this episode of the Detroit Lions Podcast postgame show, there were a number of promising things to take away from the game. The most important has been the growth of Kenny Golladay. He showed great skills on the field and was one of the brightest spots in a game that was marred by numerous penalties and poor execution.
Even with the difficulties the Detroit Lions had, they were able to stay in the game long enough to force the San Francisco 49ers to fight hard against the inevitable Matthew Stafford comeback attempt. Of course, a team that lives on the edge like the Detroit Lions do will often find themselves falling short. That is the final note on what happened this week.
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