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    Dan Campbell Says Week 3 Loss To Vikings ‘Still Burns’

    Today Dan Campbell spoke to reporters about the week three loss to the Minnesota Vikings saying, “That will be there until the day I die”.

    “It burns me. Of course, it burns me. That will be there until the day I die. That's not going to go away. It does. I also know I can't wallow in that and let that pull me down.”

    Via – The Detroit News

    Why it matters: Campbell readily took the blame for losing due to his risky decision to attempt a field goal with 1:14 left in the game. This was a mistake as Seibert missed and three plays later the Vikings took the lead and won the game. This obviously left a mark on Dan Campbell as he went on to say “It happened for a reason”.

    “It is what it is and it happened for a reason and honestly, I think us losing five in a row is why we're at where we're at right now. That's kind of how I look at it. Maybe we needed this to happen to get to where we're at right now, at this point.”

    Via – The Detroit News

    Dan Campbell: The Big Picture

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    The week three loss to the Minnesota Vikings dropped the Detroit Lions to one and two for the season. It also marked a spiral downward as the Lions went on to lose the next four games in a row. Dan Campbell and the Detroit Lions have since recovered and currently sit on a three-game winning streak. They look to face the Vikings again this Sunday for the back half of their home-and-home series.

    What The Fans Are Saying

    The fans seem to be looking forward to the rematch this Sunday.

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    We wish all the best to our Detroit Lions vs the Minnesota Vikings!

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