Detroit Lions Roundtable
Several members of Pride Of Detroit discuss the biggest questions facing the Detroit Lions
Grades are great and all, but we’re not here to play school.
The Pride of Detroit crew takes on the most pressing topic of debate for the Lions early this offseason: the future of Kenny Golladay.
New year, new Lions?
Our staff weighs in on whether or not the Detroit Lions should redirect the course of their franchise and draft the southpaw from Alabama.
With a little less than a week until this season’s trade deadline, what side of the bargaining table should the Lions be sitting on?
Sitting down for an interview with one of the most intriguing and enigmatic prospects available in this April’s draft means something, right?
Once the franchise’s savior, the quarterback isn’t as beloved.
Detroit decided to improve their running game in the 2018 draft, but was that the right decision?
Is there any chance the offense rights the ship this year?
The Detroit Lions sent a fifth-round pick to the New York Giants in exchange for a 355-pound defensive force along the interior. Does that make them a playoff team?
With over a third of the NFL’s regular season in the books, the NFC North looks wide open. Can Detroit grab the proverbial brass ring for the first time in 25 years?
All things considered, which player added by the Lions general manager is the most valuable to Detroit right now?
The POD staff makes their predictions for the Lions’ first pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Taking a look at our draft guys’ favorite prospects with a "for dummies" twist.
The Lions have a running game problem. We debate on how to fix it.
It’s the question that’s on everyone’s mind at the halfway point, so let’s discuss it.
The preseason is closer to its end than its beginning, but Matthew Stafford is still without a contract extension. Does Detroit sign its franchise quarterback before the start of the 2017 season?
It seems like one position’s depth count is going to come at the expense of the other, so how will Detroit stock each position?
The Lions open training camp in less than a week, and the team still has plenty left to figure out.
The first half of Detroit’s schedule looks to be a doozy. Will the Lions still be playoff hopefuls at the midway point?
What can we expect from Golladay’s first season in the NFL?
The Lions had the chance to win the NFC North in 2016, but let it loose from their grip. What can the Lions do differently in 2017 to claim their first NFC North title in 26 years?