After wrapping up their first division title since 1993, the Detroit Lions did us another favor and dropped a director’s cut of their “Sights and Sounds” series.
Lions cornerback Cam Sutton was mic’d up for the NFC North clinching victory over the Minnesota Vikings and provided us with a lot of awesome moments. From being overjoyed for all of his teammates’ interceptions, to rooting on the offense from the sidelines—seeing more of Sutton’s personality shine was really cool.
Altogether, the video is over 21 minutes long and it is well worth each and every one of those minutes. Even when the Lions went down later in the second half, there was no sense of panic on the sideline. They had been there before, and it showed in how they handled the end of the game against the Vikings.
You can watch the entire video here.
Today’s Question of the Day is:
What was your favorite moment from the extended cut of this week’s ‘Sights and Sounds?”
My Answer: Definitely the last three or so minutes of the video. I loved seeing Lions principal owner Sheila Hamp so animated when she saw Dan Campbell. Seeing safety Kerby Joseph running around in the locker room looking for a division champs t-shirt. Watching Campbell greet everyone as they entered the locker room.
And hearing Campbell and others say things like “That’s one.” Yeah, that may have been my favorite part of the entire video.
What about you? What was your favorite moment from the director’s cut of Week 16’s Sights and Sounds? Let us know in the comments by scrolling down to the bottom of the page.