The Detroit Lions have been pretty quiet on social media since the beginning of the season. Part of that seems to have been related to head coach Jim Caldwell’s philosophy of keeping things internally. However, after a 1-3 start, players probably aren’t too eager to share their thoughts on the team anyways.
But after Sunday’s win over the Los Angeles Rams, plenty of players went to social media to celebrate the win. Here’s a sampling of those players.
Rafael Bush love
A couple of Detroit Lions players just wanted to give Rafael Bush props for his game-sealing interception late in the fourth quarter:
Great team win today!! Ford field was rocking again!! Shoutout to my dawg @rbush36 for the game winning INT!! #OnePride— Quandre Diggs (@qdiggs6) October 16, 2016
The man, himself, was feeling pretty good after the game:
Great team win
It has become a big of a cliche among football players, but whenever the Lions pick up a win, players are sure to credit the entire team for a great effort:
Great team win! Wasn't pretty but found a way. On to the next. #OnePride #AllPraiseToTheMostHigh— Tahir Whitehead (@Big_Tah47) October 16, 2016
Helluva team win! Way to keep fighting till the end! Love my team! #neverevergiveup #OnePride #GoLions— Laken Tomlinson (@laken77) October 16, 2016
Great team win... find a way to win.... #OnePride— Darius Slay (@_bigplayslay23) October 16, 2016
New guy feeling good
Justin Forsett had a quiet debut for the Lions, rushing for just five yards on five carries, but he seems pretty happy in his new home.
Feels good to get the W today w/ my new squad! #onepride pic.twitter.com/drO1lioSCX— Justin Forsett (@JForsett) October 16, 2016
Enjoying the win from home
Eric Ebron and Ameer Abdullah may not have been there to help the Lions beat the Rams, but that doesn’t mean they can take part in Victory Sunday:
October 16, 2016
Post victory festivities.. pic.twitter.com/aRpWhwTPRZ— Ameer Abdullah (@Ameerguapo) October 16, 2016
Feel like dancing
Golden Tate was dancing during the game and felt like dancing afterwards, as well: