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.
Despite the strong offensive showing in the Lions 31-0 drubbing of the Green Bay Packers this past Sunday the team unsurprisingly parted ways with OC Jim Bob Cooter. Without any games remaining on the schedule, Erik and Joe talk about a myriad of topics concerning this offseason…
The Lions season will come to a close Sunday at Lambeau Field as they take on the Green Bay Packers. This past Sunday the Lions left their fans coal in their stockings in a lackluster 27-9 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. A Lions win may, or may not, put their current 5th overall draft position in Jeopardy.
Any hopes of making the playoffs were ultimately crushed this past Sunday as the Lions suffered a 14-13 loss at the hands of the Buffalo Bills. This Sunday, the Lions host the Vikings and will look to avenge their loss back in November in Minneapolis, or at least hold their defense to less than 10 sacks.
The Lions got back on the winning train with a 17-3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday in the slop at State Farm Stadium. This week the Lions look to make it two in a row (to the chagrin of a portion of the fanbase) against the Buffalo Bills in what looks to be a benign weather Sunday for upstate New York in December.