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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Sheila Ford Hamp: Make Detroit Lions fans happy, leave Matt Patricia and Bob Quinn in Green Bay


When you and your mother decided to keep Matt Patricia and Bob Quinn around for another season, Detroit Lions fans called you out for making a big mistake.

But, once the decision was made, we had no choice but to put it behind us and hope the duo could turn things around during what was a crazy offseason.

Well, we are two games into the season and once again, the Lions are the laughing stock of the NFL and that has to stop now.

Sheila, on behalf of Detroit Lions Nation, I demand that you fire Matt Patricia and Bob Quinn immediately. In fact, neither of them should even be allowed to get on the plane back to Michigan.

We have suffered for too long and the patience of your family with coaches and general managers who are clearly not cut out for the job is baffling to all of us.

It is time to do something your parents could not do. HAVE A SPINE AND MAKE A BIG MOVE!

At some point, we would love to see our Lions win a Super Bowl but keeping the status quo and settling for trash is unacceptable.


Detroit Lions Nation

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