It's Thursday and our focus should be solely on the Chicago Bears but following Wednesday's practice, a reporter asked Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay (again) about the final offensive play call against the Oakland Raiders.
You know, the play fall which took the Lions two biggest weapons (Golladay and Marvin Jones Jr.) off the field when all chips were on the table.
But this time, Golladay was a bit more honest about how he felt about not being in the game for the Lions' final offensive play.
From Detroit Free Press:
“Of course I would like to be on the field just to compete out there with the guys,” he said. “But I have all the trust in the world that those guys can get it done.”
Well, Kenny, we would have liked to see you on the field too. Who knows, maybe we would be talking about a 4-3-1 Lions team rather than a 3-4-1 team.