Detroit Lions Offensive Film Review: Week Four

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Oct 5, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll (left) shakes hands with Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell (right) after a game at CenturyLink Field. The Seahawks won 13-10. Mandatory Credit: Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

The Detroit Lions were handed their fourth straight loss this season against the Seattle Seahawks last Monday night. The defense has been able to rebound strong this season after a rocky start, but the offense has continued to be a problem. They can’t move the ball consistently and the offensive line continues to struggle. They actually had their best game Monday (that’s really not saying much), they only allowed 13 total pressures(fewest this season) and were able to finally get a little progress in the run game. Still, the offensive line is not good enough for the Lions to be a successful team, they continue to ruin plays and cost the Lions valuable points.

Throughout this article I am going to try to analyze some of the problems the Lions offense had against the Seahawks and point out some of the positive signs from the game. As I stated they made some progress but still showed some of the same “warts” they had earlier in the season. Hopefully they can use this game as a building block for the season and find a way to fix their talented offense.

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