On Sunday, the Detroit Lions lost again, this time to the Minnesota Vikings by the score of 20-7.
The loss came as no surprise whatsoever as the Lions have gone 1-9 in their last 10 games.
As the losses continue to pile up, the number of people who think GM Bob Quinn and Matt Patricia has continued to grow.
We have been saying for over a year that ‘Quinnticia’ needs to go, but as the weeks go by, more and more people are jumping on the bandwagon.
The lastest is longtime Detroit columnist and 97.1 The Ticket host, Bob Wojnowski.
On Sunday night, Wojo dropped his latest column which is titled, “Wojo: For Matt Patricia and Lions, it should be over.”
Though the title does not include Bob Quinn, Wojo makes it clear that Patricia and Quinn are connected at the hip and that they both need to be fired.
From The Detroit News:
Nothing more to see here. Not this season, not from this Lions team, not from this regime.
Martha Ford hasn’t publicly declared she’s considering firing Matt Patricia and Bob Quinn, and perhaps she isn’t. But she should, based on everything, including this full-fledged collapse. The Lions are a growing mess, losers of six straight and nine of 10 after falling to the Vikings, 20-7, Sunday. And amid all the explanations and conclusions, only one sticks.
Patricia and Quinn have failed. The task has proven too big for them.
There’s no legitimate reason for them to return, with Patricia’s 9-19-1 record in two seasons and Quinn’s 27-33-1 in four seasons. You could fire Patricia and keep Quinn, but that’s not likely or logical. They’re attached at the Patriot hip, and the issues encompass everything — coaching, roster composition, direction.
To read the rest of Wojo’s column, which we highly recommend, please click here.
Nation, do you agree with Wojo or do you think Quinn and Patricia deserve more time?