Report: Detroit Lions not firing Matt Patricia during season, Bob Quinn could be back for 2021

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If you are like me and have been refreshing your Twitter account repeatedly for the past 30 hours or so waiting for news to break that the Detroit Lions are firing Matt Patricia — and Bob Quinn — you may want to sit down for this one.

According to former Detroit News writer and 97.1 The Ticket personality Terry Foster, he has done “some checking” and the chances of Patricia losing his job at the conclusion of the season, rather than during the season, are high, while Quinn could survive and be back for 2021 as he and Rod Wood are a “tandem.”

Time will tell if Foster’s sources are correct, but this is a bit demoralizing to read.

 

 

1 thought on “Report: Detroit Lions not firing Matt Patricia during season, Bob Quinn could be back for 2021”

  1. This is why they’ll never amount to anything. Bob Quinn has picked up so many wash ups and terrible draft picks more than good ones in his time in Detroit. He’s a incompetent on many levels of carrying out his duties. Only in Detroit will they drag their feet with Bob Quinn. Why can’t the Fords actually do something to give fans optimism and bring in Louis Riddick and some interim coach to get the team going in the right direction instead of being gullible and soft. No other franchise in the league is like the Lions. Unlike the Lions, teams care about the fans. Care about their city. Have the intelligence to at least make a effort to make things better

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