The LA Rams are going swanky this draft season by converting a Malibu beach house into their war room. For those wondering just how fancy it looks, here’s a preview.
So the Rams converted a Malibu beach house into their draft war room, and will be operating out of it for this year’s draft (a sentence I can’t believe I just typed). Your move, Kliff! pic.twitter.com/7wK1guI0Pe— Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) April 19, 2021
The Lions don’t exactly have a Malibu in Michigan, but let’s guess what the closest thing to it would be.
Question of the day: Where would the Lions’ equivalent of the Rams’ war room be located?
My answer: If I had to guess, it would be either by the sand dunes off of Lake Michigan or up north, someplace like Petoskey.
Brad Holmes and Dan Campbell rent a mansion in Petoskey with a bird’s eye view overlooking the bay. The waves roll in as the sun sets; in the background, the NFL draft jingle plays. Golden hour projects through the window right onto the draft board, highlighting a singular name: Justin Fields.
Okay, I’m getting a little carried away. Where do you think the Lions’ equivalent of a Malibu war room would be? Let’s hear it.