While the Detroit Lions wait one more week for Matt Patricia to take charge, here’s one more look at some highs and lows from Jim Caldwell’s final season.
As January is wrapping up, I’m probably getting close to the last of my Detroit Lions ‘Season in Review’ series of posts.
Since I had a lot of unfinished thoughts from last week though, I’ll keep it going with my Best and Worst of 2017.
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The Lions unis got a major upgrade last off-season. So much that the classic Thanksgiving throwbacks are actually my #3 ranked jersey combo from 2017 (road uniforms with blue pants are second).
A dumpster fire type of red zone performance prevented the Honolulu Blue from upsetting the Steelers in this Sunday night game.
A positive takeaway, however, is that the Lions showing their best jersey combo and finally having some of the best uniforms in the league again.
Worst: all-Silver vs Chicago
All blue for the Sunday night game, all silver for the Saturday night game. To be honest, these ones really weren’t too bad either.
The memorable image from this game will be the receivers looking a little ridiculous doing the high-kicking Rockettes dance. Can’t blame that on the uniforms though.