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PODcast dissects a slugfest with the Chiefs and why the Lions hang tough with anyone.

It’s all in the gameplan, the reflexes and whatnot. We breakdown a tough but fun game.

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NFL: Kansas City Chiefs at Detroit Lions Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

The Lions got into a mud fight with the Kansas City Chiefs. At some point, a sucker punch was bound to happen, or a solid connect to the jaw. It just happened this time the Lions had to eat their own medicine.

On the latest PODcast, we discuss how the Lions love to play in these kind of games, and why, in spite of the loss, we know pretty well what this team is now; we’ll also explain how the Lions were able to adequately halt the Chiefs for as long as they did. It’s not all sunshine and rainbows as we diagnose the final drive and a weird goal line fumble sequence, but it’s all here, plus some hijinks as mandated.

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This week on the PODcast

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  • Breaking down the standouts. Justin Coleman had himself a massive game, and Jeremy thinks Matthew Stafford just had one of his most important performances to date.
  • Will the Lions go for Jalen Ramsey?
  • What’s going on with the guard rotation?
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