Dan Orlovsky has very interesting take on Detroit Lions current situation

In 2019, the Detroit Lions finished the season with a 3-12-1 record, earning them the No. 3 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Generally, when a team finishes with the third-worst record in the NFL, it means they are quite a ways away from being one of the best teams in their conference.

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Well, former Lions quarterback Dan Orlovsky believes the Lions are just two “really good” players away from being a team that can win every game.

From Detroit Free Press:

“You’re probably two really good players away from, all right, let’s have a conversation of being one of the better teams in the conference,” Orlovsky said during a chat on radio row at Super Bowl LIV last month. “I think they caught a lot of bad breaks last year, just keeping it real. So if they stay healthy, they’re two good pieces away from being in the conversation of being a good, good football team. A good, solid, you-can-win-every-game football team.”

Orlovsky brings up a great point. The Lions absolutely caught a lot of bad breaks in 2019, including losing Matthew Stafford for the final eight games of the season (all losses).

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Nation, do you agree with Orlovsky that the Lions are only two really good players away from being a ‘solid, you-can-win-every-game football team?”

–Quotes courtesy of Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press– LINK

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