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JUST IN: Full 2019 Detroit Lions’ schedule leaked

The full 2019 schedule for the Detroit Lions may have just been leaked

On Wednesday night at 8:00 PM ET, the NFL will officially announce the 2019 regular season schedule.

As we have learned over the past few seasons (thanks to social media) many games will be leaked throughout the day leading up to the big reveal.

Around these parts, we only care about the Detroit Lions and the leaks pertaining to their schedule so we figured we would compile them as they come in and post them in one spot.

While scouring the web for leaks, we came across what could be the Detroit Lions FULL 2019 regular season schedule which was put out by @McCadeP8 and @LionsRoyalty on Twitter. They have been following all of the leaks throughout the day and compiling them on a spreadsheet.

*Note: This is not the “official” schedule 

Week 1 – @Arizona Cardinals

Week 2 – vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Week 3 – @Philadelpia Eagles

Week 4 – vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Week 5 – BYE

Week 6 – @Green Bay Packers (MNF Game)

Week 7 – vs. Minnesota Vikings

Week 8 – vs. New York Giants

Week 9 – @Oakland Raiders

Week 10 – @Chicago Bears

Week 11 – vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week 12 – @Washington Redskins

Week 13 – vs. Chicago Bears (Thanksgiving Day)

Week 14 – @Minnesota Vikings

Week 15 – vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 16 – @Denver Broncos

Week 17 – vs. Green Bay Packers

Playoffs 🙂

While you are waiting for more leaks, please make sure to check out my “Perfect Detroit Lions 2019 NFL Draft.”

BONUS CONTENT:

Detroit Lions’ Perfect 2019 NFL Mock Draft: Final Edition

It has been a marathon but we are almost to the promised land which is the 2019 NFL Draft!

After hours and hours of research, all of the so-called “experts” will soon be unveiling their final mock draft of the season and none of them will end up being correct.

I, on the other hand, do not claim to be an expert. Instead, I am just a huge fan of the Detroit Lions who happens to believe to know what the Lions’ biggest needs are and which available prospects can fill those needs.

That being said, here is my final crack at what I believe the “perfect” Detroit Lions’ draft would look like.

*Remember, this is NOT what I think Lions’ GM Bob Quinn WILL do in the upcoming draft, it is what I think he SHOULD do.

Round 1, Pick 8

Ed Oliver (DL) Houston

I absolutely LOVE Ed Oliver if he is available when the Detroit Lions are on the clock with the No. 8 pick in the first round of the draft. Whether or not he will be available is the big question.

Oliver is an absolute beast and he could come in and make an immediate impact for a Lions defense that should be greatly improved in 2019.

From Dane Brugler (The Athletic):

STRENGTHS: Fluid body control to wriggle off blocks…excellent foot quickness and change of direction skills…shot out of a cannon with his first step…forces holding penalties due to his gap quickness…creates knockback with his speed-to-power skills…ball awareness to track through blocks…uses natural leverage to stay underneath the pads of blockers…better than expected play strength as a run defender…highly aggressive motor and effort never wanes, chasing down plays near the sidelines…dominated from the moment he stepped onto campus and leaves as a three-time All-American, collecting 54.0 tackles for loss over 33 career starts.

WEAKNESSES: Lacks desired frame and length…needs to continue and develop his body and stay in the 280-285 pound range (weighed 274 for most of his final season at Houston)…relied more on motor than brute power to overwhelm blockers in college…not a bull rusher…undeveloped approach with his hands…below- average counter measures once locked up…faced inferior competition in the AAC…several immature moments in college, including an on-field altercation with head coach Major Applewhite regarding a coat issue on the sideline — Oliver has a “young attitude” and has “growing up to do,” according to an NFL scout…missed five games as a junior with a right knee bruise (November 2018) and was limited at the combine with a strained hamstring (February 2019).

SUMMARY: A three-year starter at Houston, Oliver was one of college football’s most disruptive players over the last three years, spending most of his time at nose tackle for the Cougars. With his football flexibility and natural biomechanics, he has rare athletic ability for the position with the backfield vision to recognize play designs and disrupt from different angles. Oliver still requires time to develop his body, mind and technique at the next level. He will struggle with long-armed blockers who get to his frame and control his chest, but his energy and motor are both elite. Overall, Oliver won’t be a natural fit for every NFL scheme, but he is an ideal one-gap penetrator due to his athleticism, instincts and relentless nature, projecting best when he is lined up closest to the football.

To read the rest, please click on the link below.

Detroit Lions’ Perfect 2019 NFL Mock Draft: Final Edition

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