Detroit Lions OT Taylor Decker comments on ‘coachless’ practice

According to offensive tackle Taylor Decker, the Detroit Lions went through an entire player lead practice on Monday.

In case you have not yet heard, the Detroit Lions held a practice on Monday that we have never seen before in Allen Park.

According to reports, the Lions held a ‘coachless' practice on Monday and only head coach Dan Campbell was even around to watch silently as the players ran the show.

Following the practice, Lions' OT Taylor Decker spoke to reporters and he said it was a good practice.

“(Campbell) told us this morning that the players were going to go out there and run their own practice, here's the team scenarios we want to get done and you guys are going to go out there and run the show,” veteran left tackle Taylor Decker said after practice. “I think it's awesome to do, because honestly on gameday we are out there and have to communicate. It was good. Unique. I've never done that before. It was good work.”

Detroit Lions hold ‘coachless' practice in Allen Park

Following their 27-26 win over the Indianapolis Colts in their second preseason game of the year, the Detroit Lions were back at it on Monday in Allen Park as they shift their gears to preseason game No. 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Lions held a practice on Monday but according to OT Taylor Decker, it was coachless.

According to Lions' reporter Dannie Rogers, the Lions went through an entire player lead practice.

“No coaches were on the field besides Campbell,” Rogers tweeted. “He quietly observed. Taylor Decker said it was a unique practice and he's never experienced one like it before.”

Nation, what do you think of the Detroit Lions holding a ‘coachless' practice today?