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View Poll Results: What will the Lions do?

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  • Trade away a defense of player

    1 33.33%
  • Acquire a defense of player

    2 66.67%
  • Trade away an offensive player

    2 66.67%
  • Acquire an offensive player

    2 66.67%
  • Nothing

    2 66.67%
  • Lions will strike a deal but it will be canceled due to a failed physical

    1 33.33%
  • Lions will pick up a draft pick

    1 33.33%
  • Lions will trade away a draft pick

    2 66.67%
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    wait, so you really don't follow hockey?

    that's an upset
    I loved old hockey.

    When they ****ed around with all the rules so guys like Kris Draper and Tie Domi became goal scorers I lost all interest. Old school NHL was the best.

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    Quinn's gonna trade a 1st for someone who won't be on the team next year.

    And the Lions will still miss the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vader817 View Post
    That is a very bold statement.
    You heard it here first
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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    I loved old hockey.

    When they ****ed around with all the rules so guys like Kris Draper and Tie Domi became goal scorers I lost all interest. Old school NHL was the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Quinn's gonna trade a 1st for someone who won't be on the team next year.

    And the Lions will still miss the playoffs.
    Sadly... it could happen. It’ll probably be on a guy with one year left in his deal, But I think he’ll have some back door deal in place to resign the guy before they make the trade.
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    With the NFL trade deadline less than one week away, the rumor mill is beginning to circulate as teams look to either prepare for a postseason run or prepare for the seasons ahead.

    For the Washington Football Team, their 2-5 record puts them in a unique position heading into a bye week: Back by a half-game in the NFC East race, yet currently set to draft in the first ten picks.

    Should the Washington Football Team decide to make a run at the NFC East crown, its top priority on offense should be to find a complement to star wide receiver Terry McLaurin. McLaurin, the second-year receiver from Ohio State, has emerged as Washington’s top offensive threat, tallying 577 yards and two touchdowns in the opening seven games. The remaining wide receivers on the roster have combined for 387 total yards and three touchdowns during the same span.

    With no true second wide receiver on the roster and only one (Dontrelle Inman) with more than three years of NFL experience, Washington could use a veteran presence in its facility as well.

    Earlier this week, the rumor mill presented a possible solution: Detroit Lions veteran Marvin Jones.


    In his ninth season, Jones has tallied 226 yards through six games, exceeding the total of every Washington receiver minus McLaurin. With only 19 receptions, Jones is averaging greater than a first down on every reception, which would open up the field for whatever quarterback head coach Ron Rivera starts. Despite this, Jones is on pace to have less yards and receptions than any season since his rookie campaign in 2012.

    Jones, who is in the final year of a five-year, $40 million contract, has been the subject of trade rumors throughout the month, with CBS’ Cody Benjamin hypothesizing interest from the Baltimore Ravens.

    While neither the Lions nor Jones have spoken about these rumors, Jones has not been happy with his role this season. The Detroit Free Press’ Carlos Monarrez reported that Lions offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell recognizes Jones’ disappointment:

    “I’ll tell you the truth,” Bevell said. “I mean, the guy does get frustrated. I think any time you’re a player of his caliber you feel like if I get the ball, I’m going to help the team.”
    With the Washington Football Team, Jones would see an increase from his 30 total targets. On a team that spends a lot of time trailing, the potential for targets are there for Jones alongside McLaurin and red-zone threat tight end Logan Thomas.

    NEXT: Five positives and five negatives in Week 7 win
    Jones and Washington seem like a pairing primed for success, if the Washington Football Team decides to contend for the NFC East title. With the division title wide open and a solid veteran potentially on the trading block, the Washington Football Team should attempt to lure Jones to Landover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionsfanfromsac View Post
    With the NFL trade deadline less than one week away, the rumor mill is beginning to circulate as teams look to either prepare for a postseason run or prepare for the seasons ahead.

    For the Washington Football Team, their 2-5 record puts them in a unique position heading into a bye week: Back by a half-game in the NFC East race, yet currently set to draft in the first ten picks.

    Should the Washington Football Team decide to make a run at the NFC East crown, its top priority on offense should be to find a complement to star wide receiver Terry McLaurin. McLaurin, the second-year receiver from Ohio State, has emerged as Washington’s top offensive threat, tallying 577 yards and two touchdowns in the opening seven games. The remaining wide receivers on the roster have combined for 387 total yards and three touchdowns during the same span.

    With no true second wide receiver on the roster and only one (Dontrelle Inman) with more than three years of NFL experience, Washington could use a veteran presence in its facility as well.

    Earlier this week, the rumor mill presented a possible solution: Detroit Lions veteran Marvin Jones.


    In his ninth season, Jones has tallied 226 yards through six games, exceeding the total of every Washington receiver minus McLaurin. With only 19 receptions, Jones is averaging greater than a first down on every reception, which would open up the field for whatever quarterback head coach Ron Rivera starts. Despite this, Jones is on pace to have less yards and receptions than any season since his rookie campaign in 2012.

    Jones, who is in the final year of a five-year, $40 million contract, has been the subject of trade rumors throughout the month, with CBS’ Cody Benjamin hypothesizing interest from the Baltimore Ravens.

    While neither the Lions nor Jones have spoken about these rumors, Jones has not been happy with his role this season. The Detroit Free Press’ Carlos Monarrez reported that Lions offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell recognizes Jones’ disappointment:

    “I’ll tell you the truth,” Bevell said. “I mean, the guy does get frustrated. I think any time you’re a player of his caliber you feel like if I get the ball, I’m going to help the team.”
    With the Washington Football Team, Jones would see an increase from his 30 total targets. On a team that spends a lot of time trailing, the potential for targets are there for Jones alongside McLaurin and red-zone threat tight end Logan Thomas.

    NEXT: Five positives and five negatives in Week 7 win
    Jones and Washington seem like a pairing primed for success, if the Washington Football Team decides to contend for the NFC East title. With the division title wide open and a solid veteran potentially on the trading block, the Washington Football Team should attempt to lure Jones to Landover.
    It should be interesting to see if Quinn does trade away Jones.



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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Quinn's gonna trade a 1st for someone who won't be on the team next year.

    And the Lions will still miss the playoffs.
    It'd be interesting to know what exactly Sheila has told him regarding the trade deadline. If I am Quinn and I feel that my job is on the line I am going to do all I can to get more pieces in, no matter the cost of future picks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigers.6 View Post
    It'd be interesting to know what exactly Sheila has told him regarding the trade deadline. If I am Quinn and I feel that my job is on the line I am going to do all I can to get more pieces in, no matter the cost of future picks.
    Hell yeah. What does he have to lose? He can't be thinking long term at this point.

    They should have offered AB a boatload to come here. Make a run at Fuller or Julio. Go crazy. Its not like the NFC North is tough this year.

    Of course, TB12 already has the golden ticket to the Super Bowl so why bother? haha

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    There is a rumor that Gilmore is being shopped by the Patriots. If your in Quinn shoes would you call and see what it would take to bring Gilmore to Detroit?



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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Hell yeah. What does he have to lose? He can't be thinking long term at this point.

    They should have offered AB a boatload to come here. Make a run at Fuller or Julio. Go crazy. Its not like the NFC North is tough this year.

    Of course, TB12 already has the golden ticket to the Super Bowl so why bother? haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by vader817 View Post
    There is a rumor that Gilmore is being shopped by the Patriots. If your in Quinn shoes would you call and see what it would take to bring Gilmore to Detroit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Hell yeah. What does he have to lose? He can't be thinking long term at this point.

    They should have offered AB a boatload to come here. Make a run at Fuller or Julio. Go crazy. Its not like the NFC North is tough this year.

    Of course, TB12 already has the golden ticket to the Super Bowl so why bother? haha
    I hear ya, I think we have to make a run at an upgrade WR, and you are right... Quinn can’t hold anything back for “future picks” I ‘d suspect its playoffs or off with his head.
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    Sorry, I jumped the gun... it was probably for Coleman like my next post states.
    Last edited by Lionsfanfromsac; 10-29-2020 at 05:49 PM.
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    The Detroit Lions have a couple of players that could be added to the 53-man roster very soon. To prepare for those upcoming transactions, the team announced on Thursday afternoon that they have released linebacker Elijah Lee, creating one free spot on the 53-man roster.


    Lee surprised many by landing on the Lions’ 53-man roster this season. But ever since, he has been a solid special teams contributor for the Lions—though he was inactive in Weeks 4 and 6.

    There are a few reasons the Lions may have made this move. The first, and most obvious, is due to their recent trade for former Cowboys defensive end Everson Griffen. That trade has not officially gone through, so Griffen is not currently taking up a roster spot. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Griffen will have to pass five Coronavirus tests before he can join the team. In other words, he won’t officially join the team until next week

    Which brings us to another explanation for the move: cornerback Justin Coleman returned to practice last week, but he remains on injured reserve. If the Lions nickelback is ready to play this week, he’ll have to be activated to the 53-man roster, and now there happens to be an open spot for him. The timing for the Lions would be fortunate here, as Darryl Roberts—Coleman’s backup—popped up on the injury report Thursday.
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