Fire Caldwell, get accountable
No one knows how long Caldwell’s new contract is for. Terms were not released, but the terms are supposedly for multiple years.
As a fan, I don’t want to reminisce about Stafford and what could’ve been if the Ford’s had gotten a better coach and front office.
He just needs a better line.
If we could get some help from the defense, it would take pressure off of the offense.
Stop me if it all sounds familiar. Different names, same problems.
The question is, “What is Bob Quinn going to do to send the message that going 8-8 is not acceptable?” I really want to know. I’m sure you do, too.
There’s literally no excuse for fumbling away an opportunity to win the Rodgers-less, North division. Minnesota has used a cast-off at quarterback and had their starting running back go on injured-reserve.
Detroit fans often cite the definition of insanity when speaking of the Lions, doing things exactly the same and expecting different results. These kinds of years are the reason.
Four years is long enough to take a team to one single playoff win when you started with Stafford, wideout Calvin Johnson, and some other young talent. The Lions made a trip to the playoffs just before Caldwell arrived. Lions fans already got to see him chase off our best wide receiver ever.
Sorry, Herman Moore, I was a big fan but I think you’d agree Calvin was the best.
Bob, how can you improve anything if you reward average?
The only truly reasonable course of action is to go hire a better head coach, for starters.
Demand results. Quinn’s legacy, if he can forge one, will hinge on years like this.
Perhaps he is just giving Caldwell an opportunity to produce. If that is the case, this should be the last time.
Bob Quinn has an opportunity to build something special. He also has the opportunity to move on from mediocrity. The OnePride Nation deserves better than the Same Old Lions.
What would you change first, Lions fans? Assuming that we can’t make the Ford’s sell to another rich Detroiter.