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How the Detroit Lions can get back on track after Baltimore

Lions have to learn to beat mobile quarterbacks, but thankfully the schedule gives them reprieve

NFL: Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

“Bury the tape.” That’s the general consensus after a blow such as that. The Detroit Lions got hammered in a way that they haven’t been hammered for a while now. It’s a major blow to Lions fans and their confidence so far, but where does the team grow on it?

On this edition of the Pride of Detroit PODcast, we’re taking a look at how it all broke down, but more importantly: what’s going to be a sticking point? Is it time to draw back on the Lions, are there real pitfalls awaiting the team and how can they avoid it? We break down struggles continuing by Aaron Glenn’s defense against mobile quarterbacks, plus the start-and-stop of the offense just not getting to that first part. With a butt-kicking there, we examine how the Lions can bounce back from this game and move. on with the season, and we examine the ways the rest of the league has unfolded this week.

Plenty to get to in our audio therapy session.

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