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.
- The Offensive Coordinator search continues, the list of coaches grows
- What Bob Quinn wants in the next Offensive Coordinator
- Quinn has made it known that Patricia will hire his next Offensive Coordinator
- New candidates include Nate Hackett and Steve Sarkisian for Offensive Coordinator spot
- The listeners have suggested eight other coordinator options and Erik breaks them all down
- Erik and Joe pick their leading candidate
- Will there be any more coaching moves?
- Matt Harriss will move on from his
- Mike Disner was hired as vice president of football operations and will be Harriss’ replacement
- Who was the best feel-good story of 2018?
- Da’Shawn Hand = PFF ALL-Rookie team
- The Alliance American Football League (namely the San Diego Fleet) is full of former Lions
- What value does the No. 8 pick in the 2019 draft have?
- Can the team trade back?
- How lackluster is this quarterback class?
- Who are the top tight ends on the board?
- Can the Lions wait until after Round 1 for an EDGE rusher? Is the class deep enough?
- As far as underrated needs go, is off-the-ball LB one of them?
- Have Alabama players taken a hit to their draft stock after losing the National Championship?
- Would the Lions consider drafting an offensive tackle early?
- Will Ziggy Ansah be back?
- Which free agents could the Lions potentially break the bank for?
- Could Anthony Barr find his way over from the Vikings?
- Could Antonio Brown be a Lions trade target?
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