The head coach of the Detroit Lion, Dan Campbell commented on the concerns arising regarding the in-game management of his team.
The Lions have suffered multiple setbacks early in the season with many of their players getting injured. Questions are starting to surface on how the coaching staff manages the in-game actions. Dan Campbell came out to give an interview where he addressed this issue.
“No, I don’t feel like it’s something that we did different,” said Campbell, when asked how the injuries are impacting the team. “I know it obviously looks worse than maybe it is at times, but we look at everything and it’s not like I’m just blind to the fact that we have injuries. But man, I pay a lot of attention to all that.”
“I think things happen in this game. I mean, some teams they don’t — they don’t put everybody on these injury reports. Some of them will practice, but they don’t practice. So, I’m just trying to be open and put everybody on here (injury reports),” he added.
The Detroit Lions will be hosting the Seahawks tomorrow at Fort Field. Multiple players of the Lions will be absent in that match due to injuries. The list of players to miss the game includes D’Andre Swift, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Josh Reynolds, Jonah Jackson, and Austin Seibert