Drafting Jared Goff’s Replacement Wouldn't Solve Anything For The Lions


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LaVar Arrington: “It seems like Jared Goff is always on the wrong side of history. He went from being on the would-be Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams, to being on the wrong side with the Detroit Lions. However, even though the Lions have the 2nd overall pick and a chance to replace him by potentially drafting Malik Willis, Goff says he isn’t concerned about being replaced, and I agree with him. I don’t think the Lions are bad because of Jared Goff. He proved he’s a worthy QB in LA. The Lions are bad because they are dysfunctional.”
TJ Houshmandzadeh: “Stafford has always been one of the best QBs in the league, he just wasn’t winning. It just goes to show you that when you’re with an organization that is so bad top to bottom, you don’t realize it when you’re playing. You realize it after you’re gone. Detroit has been bad for a long time, they’ve changed coaches, cycled players, and it’s still not changing. So obviously it’s not the coach and player, the problems are at the top.”

LaVar Arrington, TJ Houshmandzadeh, and Plaxico Burress discuss QB Jared Goff reassuring that he’s not concerned about the Lions drafting his potential replacement. The Lions hold the 2nd overall pick in this year’s draft, and some scouts are saying the team could draft Liberty QB Malik Willis, or another top QB prospect. The guys believe that Jared Goff is not the main issue in Detroit, because the team has been terrible for such an extended period of time. Listen to the full segment, and hear their takes!


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