Detroit Lions HC Dan Campbell makes promise following loss to Ravens

Detroit Lions HC Dan Campbell makes promise following loss to Ravens: The Raiders may not want to show up for Monday's game.

Detroit Lions HC Dan Campbell makes promise following loss to Ravens

On Sunday, Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell and his team faced a sobering loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Despite their strong start to the season, the Lions appeared overwhelmed at times, as the Ravens dominated the game. A day later, after allowing for time to reflect, Campbell made himself absolutely clear about how ready his team will be next Monday against the Las Vegas Raiders.

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Dan Campbell's Promise

“I've got to do a much better job of getting them prepared, which I will this week,” Cambell said. “We'll be ready for the Raiders. They did everything right over there. We did everything wrong.” 

However, he also viewed this as an opportunity for growth and learning from their mistakes. With an important Monday Night Football matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders on the horizon, Coach Campbell expressed his determination to have the team ready for redemption.

“We have to. To me, I go back to that, losing's bad enough but you better not waste it. It's here and there's a ton to learn from,” Campbell explained Monday. “I just know the frustration, the anger I have, that motivates me. I'm pretty sure it does with our players, so we will be ready for this game. We will be ready. We will, physically, emotionally. We will be ready for this game.” 

“I just know me and I know these coaches and I know these players,” Campbell stated. “We've got a lot of prideful players. We will be ready, I know it, 100 percent.” 

TL;DR (too long didn't read)

  1. The Detroit Lions, led by Coach Dan Campbell, suffered a significant loss to the Baltimore Ravens, prompting self-reflection and a commitment to improvement.
  2. Coach Campbell owned up to not having the team adequately prepared for the game, vowing to do better as they prepare to face the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday Night Football.
  3. The Lions have a history of rebounding from defeats, and Campbell's determination to learn from the loss and be ready for the next game is evident.
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Bottom Line: A New Opportunity

The Detroit Lions have a chance to demonstrate their ability to rebound and reach a high level of performance once again. Coach Campbell's unwavering confidence in his team's readiness will be put to the test in their upcoming game against the Las Vegas Raiders.