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Here’s what Lions fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
The 2013-2014 season was a transitional one for the Detroit Lions. The team said goodbye to their long-time owner, William Clay Ford, Sr., early in 2014 and welcomed Ford's widow, Martha Firestone Ford, into the role. The Lions also parted ways with head coach Jim Schwartz, bringing in former Colts and Ravens coach Jim Caldwell to take the reins. With the new management in place, the team is ready to capitalize on some of its momentum from last season by bolstering its lineup with some bold acquisitions at the 2014 NFL draft.
Passing Game at the Draft
The Lions aimed to strengthen their long game at the 2014 draft, picking up strong players for positions on both sides of the line of scrimmage. Eric Ebron, a tall tight end with a great catching radius, joins an already competitive passing lineup. Their top defensive pick this season was Kyle Van Noy, a defender who's as good at the rush as he is getting downfield to the receiver. Also, don't be surprised if rookie cornerback Nevin Lawson makes it onto the field early and often. He's a solid support player who can offer a lot to a secondary that ranked as one of the worst last season.
Innovative Organized Team Activities
New coach Jim Caldwell is all about getting his guys more meaningful experience on the field through innovative practice routines. Using techniques like "spray" passing exercises (multiple QBs throwing multiple balls to multiple receivers) gives his quarterbacks more time under the gun while his receivers iron their routes out. Caldwell is also investing in star players like Matthew Stafford and wide receiver Calvin Johnson. He's also expecting big things from a defense led by Ndamukong Suh, one of his top-performing defenders and a man to watch as he enters a contract year.
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The Lions are one of the longest-lived teams in NFL history. The franchise has been around since 1929 -- it officially made Detroit its home in 1934 and has played in every football season since then. It’s no surprise that The Lions have some of the most loyal fans in the entire NFL. Join them and get your tickets to Ford Field at ScoreBig and catch every minute of the 2014-2015 Detroit Lions.
Fresh faces on the sidelines and on the field promise to bring a new energy to the Lions strategy this season. The team is gearing up to get back into the playoffs and ScoreBig will get you there so you never miss another game.
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