In this live episode of The Detroit Lions Podcast, Chris is joined by Sandman and Punk Rockin’ Trev to conduct a live postgame celebratory session for Lions fans after our boys beat the Miami Dolphins today. It was a great game with a bunch of takeaways to talk about.
Detroit Lions Podcast Breaks It Down
After 6 weeks of football, the Lions have recovered from their abysmal start and have come around to be right in the thick of the race for the lead of the NFC North. There’s still a lot of football to be played, but the Detroit Lions trajectory is definitely heading upward, their divisional record, and their record against common opponents is very strong. This team is quietly setting themselves up for a late season run at the divisional title and who knows what else beyond that.
The team played extremely well in all phases of the game. They were able to overcome a few shoddy calls that may have derailed them historically and show the world that they “have the right stuff” to beat good football teams. Matthew Stafford, Kerryon Johnson, Jim Bob Cooter, and Matt Patricia are all trending in the right direction for this team according to the Detroit Lions Podcast.
In the end, the scoreboard would tell you the game was closer than it really was, but there were another 8 points that very easily should have been up there had the zebras been a little more consistent in their calls. Nevertheless a win over the Miami Dolphins (who took out the Chicago Bears last week) is a good strong win in the Lions record book.
A hearty thank you to everyone who took the time to join us for the live post game version of the Detroit Lions Podcast!
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