Well, the Detroit Lions came close to picking up their first win of the season but they came up just short in a 13-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Up next for the Lions is the Chicago Bears on Thanksgiving Day and I have been saying for weeks that they will beat Justin Fields (if he plays) and company.
Here is how I believe the Lions will fare in their final seven games of the season.
Here is a look at the remainder of the Lions’ schedule along with who I think will win each game.
|1 – LOSS||9/12||49ers||1 p.m.|
|2 – LOSS||9/20 (Monday)||@Packers||8:15 p.m.|
|3 – LOSS||9/26||Ravens||1 p.m.|
|4 – LOSS||10/3||@Bears||1 p.m.|
|5 – LOSS||10/10||@Vikings||1 p.m.|
|6 – LOSS||10/17||Bengals||1 p.m.|
|7 – LOSS||10/24||@Rams||4:05 p.m.|
|8 – LOSS||10/31||Eagles||1 p.m.|
|10 – TIE||11/14||@Steelers||1 p.m.|
|11 – LOSS||11/21||@Browns||1 p.m.|
|12 – WIN||11/25 (Thursday)||Bears||12:30 p.m.|
|13 – LOSS||12/5||Vikings||1 p.m.|
|14 – LOSS||12/12||@Broncos||4:05 p.m.|
|15 – LOSS||12/19||Cardinals||1 p.m.|
|16 – LOSS||12/26||@Falcons||1 p.m.|
|17 – LOSS||1/2/22||@Seahawks||4:25 p.m.|
|18 – LOSS||1/9/22||Packers||TBD|
As you can see, I believe it will be a rough final stretch for the Lions in 2021 as I have them finishing the season with a 1-15-1 record.
What do you think?