Free agency started with a bang on Monday as the Lions were one of the busiest teams in football. Bob Quinn added a lot of faces he is acquainted with and a couple that were a little more unexpected. Erik and Joe delve into it all in this episode.
This week happens to be one of the most interesting weeks during the offseason. The combine has wrapped up and the prospects are being graded and free agency is right around the corner. Erik and Joe are lucky to celebrate their 100th episode with discussions on a myriad of player movement topics.
Romeo Okwara will return to the Lions on a “2-year contract”
This week the player measuring and drills begin. The Lions and many of their fans turn their focus to Indianapolis to watch non-stop coverage of the combine. Erik and Joe finish their preview of the combine, with this go around zero-ing in on the defense.
With the NFL Combine quickly approaching (February 26th-March 4th) Erik and Joe spend this episode talking about what the Lions are likely looking for, at each position, as NFL hopefuls get poked and prodded in front of a live worldwide audience.
This week the Lions hosted their annual summit for the season ticket holders and members of the media including our own Erik Schlitt. Joe and Erik will break down the topics discussed by Bob Quinn, Matt Patricia and the gang and answer an overflowing mailbag.
This week Erik and Joe flip to the defensive side of the ball where they break down every position group. As a special bonus, and also due to rambling on in the previous episode, they will also break down the offensive line.
This is Super Bowl week and since the Lions are not participating Erik and Joe will begin breaking down position groups for next season. This week the focus is on the offense, mainly the skill positions.
For the just the 3rd time in Detroit Lions Breakdown Podcast history Erik and Joe welcome in a guest voice, Lions Wire writer Scott Warheit visits the studio to discuss the Detroit Lions recent coaching changes, how they impact the offseason, and as always, take questions from the listeners.
The Lions two-week-long search for an offensive coordinator came to an end on Wednesday when news broke that they hired former Seahawks and Vikings OC Darrell Bevell. There is a lot to learn about Bevell and Erik and Joe cover it this week…
The search for an offensive coordinator extends another week as the Lions ponder their options. Erik and Joe sift through the eligible candidates as eight other teams continue preparing to chase the Vince Lombardi trophy.