On Sunday, the Detroit Lions had a golden opportunity to pick up a division win on the road against a solid Green Bay Packers team.
After jumping out to a 14-3 lead, the Lions became the Lions and ended up getting dominated to the tune of 42-21.
Following the game, Lions fans flooded social media begging for the Lions to fire head coach, Matt Patricia.
But one person who says he still supports Patricia is Lions quarterback, Matthew Stafford.
While speaking to reporters after the game, Stafford was asked about his confidence level in Patricia and he said he is still confident and that the team needs to play better.
“I’m confident,” Stafford told reporters. “We gotta go out and play better. That’s the biggest thing. We got to play better in all three phases. You look at, we weren’t good enough on offense, defense, or special teams. The Packers played good, we didn’t.”
Nation, do you believe that Stafford is truly confident in Patricia or was he just saying what he had to say?