With NFL training camps less than two weeks away, SideLion Report explores storylines to follow on offense for the Detroit Lions and their division rivals.
On July 28th, the strangest and most uncertain NFL offseason in recent memory will reach a critical juncture when each team opens its training camp. The Detroit Lions and their divisional rivals will have plenty of compelling scenarios worth following.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the country, NFL teams will be implementing a lengthy series of careful precautions to ensure that the safest possible environments are offered when teams reassemble in just under two weeks.
Meticulous steps will be taken to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved in team activities and those with whom they interact outside of team facilities. Still, player infections seem almost inevitable at this point. Regrettably, it’s a reality with which that every squad will have to grapple.
And yet, training camps are still scheduled to begin on time. Outside of the aforementioned health concerns, the Lions will look to use this year’s training camp to correct the many issues that led to a dismal three-win season in 2019. Their NFC North opponents will also have a number of matters that will need to be settled as the season draws nearer.
So which storylines will be the most essential across the division once training camp arrives? Here, we explore what to look for on the offensive side of the ball, starting with the Lions…