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We look like a team that isn't fundamentally sound on either side of the ball making dumb mistakes and that is on Coaching IMO. Getting outsmarted basically. I expected that from the Defense but Offensively I thought we would be able to move the ball better against the Lions. Our Line hasn't done too bad but has given up 2 key sacks to stop drives. Down 14-3, not looking good ladies and gentleman. TJ Green is now injured! We do this crap every season for some reason as in losing on opening day! Even if we lose I am not going to panic but I admit if we do lose this game it is not a good sign.

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1 minute ago, poaponies said:

are the lions suppose to be good 


1 minute ago, Floydian said:

And this is one of our easiest games of the year!

Told you guys we were underrating this team. Anyone that thought this would be easy was sadly mistaken. There defense isn't just gonna let this slow starting offense put up major points. And Matt Stafford is a good enough quarterback to see our weaknesses and injuries on defense and take advantage.

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