We now know that unless something crazy happens, Matthew Stafford will be playing for a team other than the Detroit Lions in 2021. The only question at this point, is what team will he be traded to?
Well, I have to warn you that you will not be able to unsee the disturbing photos you are about to look at which show what Stafford would look like in four different NFL jerseys.
As you can see below, fans have created photos of Stafford in a Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, and New England Patriots jersey.
Check it out if you dare.
Which is the worst one? pic.twitter.com/9NF5viozFe
— Timothy Ray Brandon (@TBrandon84) January 14, 2021
Nation, will you still be rooting for Stafford in 2021, even though he will be on a different team?
Top 10 nicknames in Detroit sports history
Detroit has been blessed with a rich history of great players in all sports. Even better, some of the best nicknames in sports have come from this area. I put together a list of my top 10 favorites with a few honorable mentions. There were so many to choose from, so it was difficult to make this list as any of these mentioned, I am sure, are favorites of many Detroit fans. I am also sure I may have missed a few.
Dick “Night Train” Lane
This seven-time Pro Bowler played for the Lions from 1960-1965. He was elected to the NFL Hall of Fame in 1974. He still holds the NFL record of 14 interceptions in one season.
“Megatron” Calvin Johnson
Calvin was drafted No. 2 overall in the 2007 draft and gave Lions fans nine years of Hall of Fame quality play. He holds the NFL record with 1,964 yards in one season and was elected to six Pro Bowls.
“Sweet Lou” Whitaker
One of my personal favorites who I watched his entire career. There was nothing better than hearing the crowd yell “Lou” when he came to the plate or when he made a dazzling play in the field. One-half of the greatest double play combo in MLB history, Lou was the Rookie of the Year in 1978 and he went on to play in 5 All-Star games and win 3 Gold Gloves. His pinnacle came in 1984 as Detroit won the World Series.