We answer your questions on the Lions’ defense—and a whole bunch on Detroit’s messy linebacker situation.
Other topics include: injury replacements and potential for increased opportunities for younger players
Will Taylor Decker return to LT, or will the team stick with Penei Sewell?
Part 2 of this week’s mailbag focuses on questions about the season as a whole.
Part 1 of this week’s mailbag focuses on questions leading up to this week’s game.
Part 2 of this week’s mailbag includes projecting which players are still on the roster in 2023, a closer look at the split-safety scheme, and some coaches talk.
Part 1 of this week’s mailbag focuses on wide receivers, offensive tackle depth, and dead money on the salary cap.
How many defensive linemen can the Lions carry? Who will be the odd ones out?
Jeremy and Erik are back answering your questions.
Part 2 of our Mailbag looks at the rookie class, practice squad priorities, and injuries
Part 1 of our Lions mailbag addresses Swift’s injury, Muhlbach’s release and expectations for Darren Fells.
How many wins can we expect simply from the change in coaching staff?
Will it be his job to draw up any schematics or is he simply the charismatic leader?
Chat (hopefully) with POD as they answer your Lions questions on the new Spotify Greenroom app
Was this a savvy strategy from Brad Holmes or simply something he was forced to try?
Now that minicamp has ended, we take a closer look at training camp on the horizon.
Detroit’s power structure is pretty unique... but will it work?
What is the true ceiling of the 2021 Detroit Lions.
We got some hints this week from Lions coaches, but how will the rest of the defense look in 2021?
Now that the dust has cleared, what do we know about the Lions GM now?
Can the Lions pass up the opportunity for a blue-chip player or do they need to gather as many picks as possible?
With so much room for improvement on defense, can the Lions afford to spend valuable draft resources on offense?
Exploring all of the Lions’ options with the seventh overall pick.
If a quarterback falls to Detroit, the temptation may be hard to pass on him.