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MUST SEE: Detroit Lions’ redesigned logo is absolute perfection!

As I was browsing the internet on Saturday night, I came across a piece on 247 Sports titled, “Grading Every NFL Team’s Redesigned Logo,” and I was forced to click. As the title suggests, the piece gives a grade to each redesigned logo, which was created by digital artist, Addison Foote.

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There was not a chance that I was going to just scroll by without seeing what Foote designed for the Detroit Lions.

To be honest, I did not have my hopes up at all but at the same time, I knew that no matter what the redesigned logo was, it had to be better than the Lions current logo, with is embarrassing.

When I saw the logo which you are about to see, I was blown away. In fact, it is absolute perfection!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As you can see, the redesigned logo is infinitely better than the Lions current logo. It is fierce and it is bold and it should become the Lions new logo imediately!

Oh, in case you were wondering, 247 Sports gave the Lions redesigned logo an A+, as do I.

BONUS CONTENT:

With just two games remaining for the Detroit Lions in the 2018 season, it’s time to start looking towards the offseason and the 2019 campaign.

That being said, I was surfing the web and happened to stumble across the Lions’ 2019 regular season schedule, at least what we know of it. This season, the Lions played the AFC East and the NFC West. In 2019, they will face the AFC West and the NFC East.

With that being said, here is a look at the Detroit Lions’ 2019 Regular season opponents, according to Pro Football Reference. The final two opponents will be determined based off of the 2018 regular season standings.

To see the Lions opponents for 2019, please click on the link below.

https://detroitsportsnation.com/detroit-lions-news/ddrysdale/look-ahead-detroit-lions-2019-regular-season-opponents/12-2018/199606/

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