Detroit Lions QB Jared Goff explains what team’s biggest improvement has been

While he's been removed from COVID-19 protocol, Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff hasn't played since his team's victory on December 19 thanks to a nagging injured left knee.

Of course, Goff is in his first season with the Lions after being acquired nearly one year ago from the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for Matthew Stafford. And earlier today, he mentioned what he believed has been the biggest improvement in what has been a trying season.

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“You could see it pretty early on in the season when things weren't going our way and there was no quit, no (lack of) fight,” said Goff. “And as the season went on and there were some injuries, you got some backups in there and those guys are playing hard and don’t have any quit. Obviously we were eliminated from the playoffs pretty early on and just seeing guys continue to compete and come out and win the game against Minnesota, be competitive in a lot of these games recently and then win the game against Arizona and then just seeing the trajectory kind of switch midseason, I believe a lot of that is attributed to Dan and the culture that he’s building here.”

So far this season with Detroit, Goff has racked up 3,007 yards with 17 touchdowns and eight interceptions while completing 67% of his passes.

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