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    2022 Detroit Lions’ offense continues to shine as it sets new franchise record

    The Detroit Lions' offense is really good, historic even. They have been led by their offensive line, a solid two-headed backfield, solid receiving options, and a quarterback that is playing pretty darn smart.

    Why it matters: The Lions are playing some of the best football we've seen in Detroit in a long time.

    • They have won seven of their last nine games
    • They have the chance to make the playoffs for the first time since 2016.
    • The offense has reached 4,000 passing and 2,000 rushing yards for the first time ever.

    The record-setting Detroit Lions' offense

    Detroit Lions' offense
    via Detroit Lions PR on Twitter

    Inside the Numbers

    The Lions are doing a great job staying balanced on offense, much to the credit of first-year offensive coordinator Ben Johnson. Overall, they are well in the top half of the League in offensive numbers.

    Detroit Lions' offense
    via Statmuse.com

    No matter what grading system, or analytical approach you take to analyzing the game, the Lions' offense is one of the tops in the entire NFL. According to DVOA, they are the 6th best offense in the entire league.

    Detroit Lions' offense
    stats via Football Outsiders.

    According to the oft-maligned Pro Football Focus, they are tied for the 9th best offense in the league.

    Detroit Lions' offense
    Stats vis Pro Football Focus

    There's no denying that the Lions have been a fun team to watch this season and with one game to play, there's still some fun to be had. The numbers are nice, and the wins have finally been following. There's one more showdown, Week 18 with the Packers, with a potential playoff berth on the line. As Lions fans, we've longed for this. Here's to watching this historic offense go off one more time, on the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field.


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