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Thursday, July 16, 2020

Bob Quinn or Matt Patricia? Detroit Lions fans reveal who they think is the bigger problem

Depending on where you looked, the Over/Under in terms of wins for the Detroit Lions heading into the 2019 season was around 6.5 or 7.

When taking into consideration how the defense performed in 2018 after getting Damon “Snacks” Harrison, coupled with a couple of free-agent signings including Trey Flowers and Justin Coleman, it seemed like the Lions would surely go over seven wins.

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Well, as we speak, the Lions are currently sitting at 3-7-1 and they have a better chance at a top 5 draft pick than a spot in the 2019 NFL Playoffs.

With that being said, the question is, who is most to blame for the debacle we have witnessed this season? Head coach, Matt Patricia or general manager, Bob Quinn?

I certainly have my opinion on this, but instead of revealing that at this point, I will instead reveal the current results of a poll we ran on Facebook asking you, the fans, who is more to blame for the Detroit Lions lack of success in 2019? Matt Patricia or Bob Quinn?

At the time of this post, a whopping 63% of Lions fans who voted believe Bob Quinn is more to blame for the Lions’ crap stain of a 2019 season.

Check it out.

Nation, do you agree that Quinn should take most of the blame for the Lions’ lack of success in 2019? Regardless of how you feel, make sure to cast your vote by clicking on the link above!

 

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