I'm not a big fan of the term "moral victory." However, I do believe that there are some positives to take a way from the Bears game. The biggest of those, in my opinion, is the fact that our offense seems to be clicking. Too often in the past, the Lions have had problems on both sides of the ball. But so far this season, it appears that only Defense and Special Teams have noticeably suffered. Now, that's not to say that our Offense has been perfect. But most teams that average just over 20 points per game, like our Lions currently do, win football games. And even with a 1-3 record, I think it's safe to say that our Offense hasn't held a majority of fault in our losses. For the first time in I can't even remember how many seasons, I can watch a Lions game and have confidence in our Offense on 3rd and long, or throwing on 1st down. We keep Defenses guessing, and that's saying a lot from what we've all previously known about Detroit. I think anyone who can't see a vast improvement in this team from last season or even years ago, isn't looking hard enough. This team is headed in the right direction. They'll have their bumps in the road (we've witnessed many already), but for once, we can finally see that someone in the Lions' organization knows what they've been doing wrong, and thus far, has taken the necessary steps to start fixing it.
My confidence is up despite the three losses. How 'bout everyone else?