When you play a long time for the Detroit Lions, you know what it is like to lose a lot of football games. That has to be difficult on a player like Matthew Stafford, who is now in his 12th season with the Lions.
On Monday, former Lions QB Dan Orlovsky, who is a good friend of Stafford, joined Pat McAfee on the Pat McAfee Show and while talking about the Lions current situation, he accused the franchise of taking Stafford’s ‘killer instinct’ away from him.
“Matthew’s my boy and I love him like a family member but it feels like they’ve taken his killer instinct away, he used to be this killer,” Orlovsky said.
“He’s been beat up for so long, 12 years now, he’s got to be so sick and tired of losing.”
Nation, do you agree with Orlovsky?
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 5, 2020