Dan Campbell Explains What Change He Made to Detroit Lions Practices This Week
The Lions have experienced a not-so-stellar season so far, to say the least. The team is 0-6, and they’re the only team in the NFL with that record.
Now, new head coach Dan Campbell is making some changes. On Friday (Oct. 22), he told the press that he’s changed the Lions’ practice formats.
Campbell says that instead of starting the day with morning meetings, the team heads to the practice field and does a teaching walkthrough meeting. Practice takes place after the meeting.
Is this enough to make a difference or, as my father would say, are the Lions rearranging the chairs on the Titanic? I dunno, but I really hope the Lions can turn things around. It would mean a lot to Detroit to finally have a winning season in the next few years.
Dan Campbell says this week the Lions changed practice formats. Instead of morning meetings the team meets on the practice field in the AM for a teaching walkthrough — meeting on the field. Then practice. He’s hopeful it’ll have positive results.— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) October 22, 2021