Detroit Lions Are the Best 6-10 Team in the NFL by a Large Margin

January 17, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Detroit Lions suffered an agonizing stretch of football for the first 13 weeks of the regular season, going 2-10 (and getting one week to rest).
It was an ugly, bumpy road for the Lions, who by the 13th week of the season had played all three quarterbacks on the roster in varying situations.
Going back to Week 1, the Bears played that game just like they are finishing their season, much to the surprise of football analysts, who projected the Mike Martz offense with Jay Cutler at the helm would produce a plethora of sacks and interceptions.
Even Jimmy Johnson of Fox Sports was saying, “Expect all the numbers to go up in a Mike Martz offense, including sacks and interceptions.”
The Bears had something strong going for them in that Week 1 game though. The Monsters of the Midway had returned with the return of Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs roaming the field at linebacker.
Still, the Lions managed to win against the Bears in Week 1, but then the re...

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