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Former Detroit Lions’ DE predicts where Matthew Stafford will finish career

Matthew Stafford has been quarterback for the Detroit Lions since 2009. In that time, the Lions have failed to win a single playoff game and there has been plenty of speculation that he will eventually leave for greener pastures.

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Following the Lions’ trainwreck of a loss on Sunday to the Chicago Bears, former Lions DE Lawrence Jackson was asked by a fan if he thinks Stafford will leave town if the season goes south and ownership cleans house.

Not only did Jackson say he thinks Stafford wants to win in Detroit, he said he believes he will be a Lion until “he can no longer play.”

Nation, do you think Stafford will finish his career with the Detroit Lions?

Let us know what you think!

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