Lions: at least…

0-4… ouch… that really is the least they could do… on the bright side, at least they’re scoring a lot of points (58 in the last 2 games)… the funny thing is, i kinda feel like at some point this season they’ll start winning… yes, i am indeed STILL a naïve Lions fan…

remember the Angry Fan March??? i bet most of those fans are still watching the games and flooding the stadium…

who’s to blame for the Lions’ woes now??? Joey’s gone so there’s no one for Lion Nation to hate on (which proves my point that no one person can be blamed for an organization’s inability to succeed)… well, of course there’s Millen, but i’m surprised that the fans haven’t been more irate…perhaps we’re all just becoming numb to their ineptitude??? i’m sure the Tigers playoff drama is playing a part… when will the Lions win a game??? how patient will this city be with Marinelli???

i think the Lions will win their next game… and i think the city will be patient with Marinelli if he gives us at least 6 wins this season…

2 Comments so far

  1. Tom (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2006 @ 8:16 am

    I gave up on the Lions after game 3.


  2. ripismoney (unregistered) on October 2nd, 2006 @ 1:51 pm

    I’m patient with this year’s Lions. While they’re all but eliminated from the playoffs already, they are playing stretches that prove they can be a quality team. They played the Seahawks tough in game one, & absolutely collapsed in game two. But, this Lions team is getting closer. They started to put points on the board in week three, and this time we scored 34 points, the most by the Lions since 2003. The offense is there. We just need to get both the offense and the defense clicking at the same time. The Rams were able to march right down the field at will against the Lions, but I have faith. At this point, wins & losses don’t concern me as much as whether we are competitive & entertaining. And goodness, the Lions scoring 34 points was a welcome distraction from the Tigers.



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