The Detroit Lions’ offense was been AWFUL this season.
The only two players that are worth ANYTHING right now on that side of the ball are D’Andre Swift and T.J. Hockenson….and maybe a few of the offensive linemen (Sewell, Ragnow, Decker).
Jared Goff has been TERIBBLE this season, to say the least, and the offense has regressed weekly since the first few weeks of the season.
After their bye week, Dan Campbell decided to take over the offensive play calling from Anthony Lynn, and while the running game has been pretty good over the past two weeks, the passing game and quarterback play continues to be non-existent.
Recently, reports have been surfacing that there’s been some dysfunction between Lynn and either Goff or the Lions coaching staff.
Per Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports on the play calling switch: “This was a long time coming,” said one team source. “It just wasn’t working and there were definitely some personality clashes.”
Is it a foregone conclusion that the Lions move on from Lynn after the season is over?
You can read more about Anthony Lynn’s future in Detroit here.