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02 December, 2019 02:03
The Detroit Lions are in a tailspin. If they don’t pull up soon Taylor Decker Jersey White , the 2019 season will come crashing down before we even hit Thanksgiving. At 2-3-1, the Lions have lost all margin for error and likely have to finish the season with eight wins in the final 10 games if they even want a chance to sniff the postseason.That all starts on Sunday, as the Lions host a New York Giants team in a three-game skid of their own. It’s a little more expected that the Giants would be where they are today (2-5) Quandre Diggs Jersey White , given they’re playing a rookie quarterback, and they shipped away all of their defensive talent in the past year. But the Lions have struggled to put away bad teams in the past, and they can ill afford to struggle this week. Saquon Barkley could make the Lions’ weak defense pay if Detroit isn’t careful. That being said , this matchup heavily favors Matthew Stafford as well.So can the Lions bounce back this week? Come and watch with us. DETROIT (AP)The Detroit Lions have interviewed two of their current coordinators for their vacant head coaching job. The Lions announced the interviews with defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter on Tuesday, a day after coach Jim Caldwell was fired . Austin was Detroit’s defensive coordinator for Caldwell’s entire four-year tenure. In 2014, the Lions became the ninth team in NFL history to finish the season allowing less than 70 yards rushing per game. Detroit lost Ndamukong Suh off that team and slipped defensively after that. The Lions have ranked 18th Austin Bryant Jersey 2019 , 18th and 27th in total defense since then. Cooter was Detroit’s quarterbacks coach in 2014 and was promoted to offensive coordinator during the 2015 season. Austin was previously a secondary coach for the Baltimore Ravens and has also coached defensive backs for the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks. Cooter served in various roles for the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts. Detroit has also signed safety Stefan McClure to a reserve-future contract. —

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