One of the key offseason decisions that head coach Dan Campbell must make is whether or not to call offensive plays next season.
By all accounts, the Detroit offense responded positively to Campbell’s efforts when he decided to take on the call-to-play duties of offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn.
“It’s his football team,” general manager Brad Holmes told reporters recently. “I said to him, ‘You have to do what you want. A lot of people will tell you that you should watch this guy, you should watch this guy. If he wants to call games, he has to call games. If he doesn’t, he doesn’t. I know he’s going to make the best decision for the Detroit Lions in the end. He always has. I know he will. But me, personally, I think he did a good job, but I’m sure he will make the best decision in the future.
This week’s podcast explores why it’s in the interest of the Lions offense that Campbell calls the games into 2022.
Also discussed this week podcast:
- Assessment of the Lions 2021 season.
- Aaron Glenn interviewing for other head coaching positions.
- Should tight ends coach Ben Johnson be the next offensive coordinator?
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