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  • LightninBoy
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    Originally posted by Cody_Russell View Post
    I would be careful in overreacting to a bad loss.
    - Bad loss to GB (terrible 2nd half). Lions fans overreact and the Lions almost beat the Ravens in the following week.
    - Bad loss to Chicago. Lions fans overreact and the Lions almost beat the Vikings in the following week.
    This reminded me of the Sir Robin bit from Monty Python ...



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  • froot loops
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    You seem pretty clued in on the Lions.

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  • PatAmI
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    Campbell is not the answer, Ron Woods is not the answer and Goff sure as hell ain't the answer.
    I would but good money on the fact that Detroit could higher someone off the street to coach.
    But the main issues are the front office. Woods needs to go, he isn't a football guy.

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  • Cody_Russell
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    I would be careful in overreacting to a bad loss.
    - Bad loss to GB (terrible 2nd half). Lions fans overreact and the Lions almost beat the Ravens in the following week.
    - Bad loss to Chicago. Lions fans overreact and the Lions almost beat the Vikings in the following week.

    It's the NFL. Not college football. The worst team can win games at any time.
    Now, we all know the Rams game is a guaranteed loss and the Lions will be 0-7. So exclude this game from the "any time" statement.
    Maybe the Lions win any of vs Eagles, vs Bears, @ Broncos, @ Falcons, vs Packers (if they rest their starters during the last week again...).

    Hope not! Tank for Thibodeaux!

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  • dpatnod
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    I got a box of dehydrated water.

    I'm not sure what to add.

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  • chemiclord
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    Originally posted by whatever_gong82 View Post

    Unless they pull a win somewhere, somehow, 0-17 is a scary possibility.

    Yes, unless they win at some point, a season without a win is certainly possible. In fact, I'd dare say it is likely. A certainty, in fact.
    Last edited by chemiclord; October 18, 2021, 01:13 PM.

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  • froot loops
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    At home versus Chicago

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  • edindetroit
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    Originally posted by whatever_gong82 View Post

    Philadelphia, Atlanta and who else?
    Appalachian State

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  • whatever_gong82
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    Originally posted by froot loops View Post
    There are maybe 3 games where they have a chance at a win.
    Philadelphia, Atlanta and who else?

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  • froot loops
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    There are maybe 3 games where they have a chance at a win.

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  • whatever_gong82
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    Originally posted by edindetroit View Post
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    Unless they pull a win somewhere, somehow, 0-17 is a scary possibility.

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  • froot loops
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    Pretty much

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  • chemiclord
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    The Lions are three drafts away every three years.

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  • Cody_Russell
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    If the Lions don’t beat the Eagles at home in week 8… it’s looking like the Lions will be 0-10 on Thanksgiving.

    I’m liking my 3-14, U on the Vegas 4.5 Lions win total prediction though! Page 1 of the thread.

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  • froot loops
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    Everyone gets injuries, the reason they are 3 drafts away is because they have no depth at all. You have to go into the season expecting injuries and expecting 70 players to play snaps.

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