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In conjunction with the mods of r/detroitlions we are proud to announce the latest episode of this subreddit's one and only, official podcast!

In this episode of The Detroit Lions Podcast, Chris is joined by Managing Editor of LionsWire.com Jeff Risdon. Together they break down the latest Lions news and look at the team in ways you never imagined. Of course they start out by announcing the winner of the Detroit Lions vs. Dallas Cowboys suite contest. They announce the winner for the Peter von Panda Sega retro gaming system. They discuss the Lions loss against the Chicago Bears, and players we may not see in 2020 in Detroit. We have a grand conversation about what the plan is in Detroit. What is the front office after, and where are they going? Matthew Stafford and his ailments become a topic of conversation, and we look ahead to the Dallas Cowboys. There's still more from there. Once you get Chris and Riz on a roll, the conversation is bound to go big time…

The Detroit Lions stumbled against the Chicago Bears last week. A surprise start by Jeff Driskel and a Matthew Stafford injury set the tone for the day. We discuss how well Driskel played (you may be surprised) and how close the Lions came to winning. Later in the show, we move the look forward to how the team may do against the Dallas Cowboys.

Beyond that there are a number of key pieces of the Lions puzzle that need to be discussed. Which players may be gone in 2020? What is the plan? What the heck is Bob Quinn doing? Matt Patricia? Is everything on fire, or going according to plan? The Detroit Lions Podcast takes a step back and helps you take a look at the big picture. We also squeeze a look at Matthew Stafford in with a conversation about Riz's trip to his orthopedist. We cover these topics and all types of things in between in this week's show - it’s a masterpiece.

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If you prefer the video version of the podcast, check out the Detroit Lions Podcast YouTube Channel here.

Let us know what you think about the show by commenting in the podcast thread in the subreddit, or by leaving us a voice mail message via Skype at: DetroitLionsPodcast Your input will help make the show better, and if you leave us a message on Skype, you just might be featured in an upcoming Detroit Lions Podcast! You can also give us a call at (929) 33-Lions. You can subscribe to the podcast for Apple, Android, at the podcast website. We are also available on Spotify!

Remember, this is the official podcast for r/detroitlions, and as such, we want to keep all discussion and comments in the subreddit. It's important that this becomes a way to grow the subreddit and builds a stronger community. Use the website or iTunes Store to subscribe to the podcast, use Skype for voice messages, but please keep everything else here in r/detroitlions.

We really hope you like this and join us on this journey with the Detroit Lions!

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This team isn’t making the playoffs. This is the second time in two years that Stafford has fractured his back - backs are funny things and can be extremely unforgiving.

I see absolutely no point in dosing Stafford up on painkillers and him going out like a gladiator to fight for pointless wins that will only cost us draft picks.

Tank the rest of the season, sort out this shitshow of a defense and go again next year.

Playing Stafford now is imo unforgivable.

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Which is kinda what we're talking about here, since Kaepernick is the Theon Greyjoy of the NFL #mindblowingOC

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