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MUST SEE: Detroit Lions’ fan creates epic ‘Lion King’ themed welcome video for Matt Patricia

It was no surprise whatsoever but on Monday the Detroit Lions were finally able to announce Matt Patricia as their next head coach.

Patricia, of course, is the former defensive coordinator of the New England Patriots. On Sunday, the Patriots lost in Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles in what was one of the greatest Super Bowls in NFL history.

Following the news, John Whitaker (AKA @Wrath_Of_John) posted the following Lion King-themed welcome video for Patricia and it is amazing.

Check it out.

https://twitter.com/Wrath_of_John/status/960632688158769152

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OFFICIAL: Matt Patricia named the new head coach of the Detroit Lions

The worst-kept secret in all of football was who the next coach of the Detroit Lions would be. Plain and simple, it’s Matt Patricia. After the firing of Jim Caldwell, many looked to Patrica as the only option for the Lions, and since he’s been donned the savior of the franchise. The announcement was made official Monday according to the Lions twitter account.

To read the rest of the article, please click here.

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Ranking the Top 10 Super Bowls of All-Time

There is no question about it, Super Bowl LII between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles certainly lived up to the pregame hype. The Eagles came out swinging and established a nice lead but the Patriots came back in the second half and even took the lead. In the end, it was the Eagles who took care of business to win their first Super Bowl but was it enough to make our Top 10 list?

The question is, where does Super Bowl LII rank on the all-time list? It’s time to find out.

Check out this countdown of the Top 10 Super Bowls of All-time.

10 – Super Bowl XXXII (1998) Denver 31 Green Bay 24

Terrell Davis may have been playing with a migraine, but the headache he gave the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl was even worse, as he rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns. Who can forget John Elway being tackled and looking like a helicopter?

To read the rest of the list and to find out which Super Bowl comes in at No. 1, please click here.

 

Written by Don Drysdale

I am a fan of all Detroit sports and LOVE to write about them!

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