Detroit Lions: Dan Campbell ‘proud’ of his team after first road victory

    Since Dan Campbell was hired by the Detroit Lions, the team had had 13 opportunities to pick up a road win, and on 13 opportunities, they found a way to lose the football game. That ended on Sunday when the Lions went into Soldier Field and defeated the Chicago Bears 31-30. For the second week in a row, the Lions' defense stepped up when they needed to, and it ended up paying off. Following the game, Campbell spoke to reporters and he made it clear how “proud” he is of his team.

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    What did Dan Campbell say after the Detroit Lions' win over the Bears?

    When asked about getting his first road win as head coach of the Lions, Campbell downplayed it a bit, and he made it clear that he is “proud” of his players.

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    “We’ve gotten back in a lot games, but we hadn’t been able to finish them out. But we got ourselves back in the game and won it,” Campbell said. “That more than anything else means everything to me, to this team. That’s above on the road.”

    Campbell also talked about how the Lions did what they needed to do down the stretch.

    “We did what we had to do in the fourth,” Campbell said.

    Campbell talked about how they battled their way back and found a way to win the game “means everything” to him and to his team.

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