Detroit Lions might finally be in for a Winning season

August 4th, 2010 by

detroit lions No fans in any professional sports betting league have suffered the way that the Detroit Lion fans have suffered over the past several decades during the NFL betting action.

This is a club that seems to set the bar even lower for NFL betting futility, year after year. It has been 11 years since this team has made the NFL playoff betting competition and 18 years since it’s won the NFC Central title. And in case you’re interested, this team has never won the Super Bowl, never even been to one for that matter.

Since the retirement of the great Barry Sanders from the NFL odds competition, this team has gone nowhere in a hurry. Former GM Matt Millen defied all odds by selecting WR after WR with the team’s first pick in the NFL betting draft almost every year and singlehandedly did more to destroy an NFL franchise than any man in the history of the NFL odds competition.

But the new front office regime and new coach Jim Schwartz has quickly been undoing the mistakes of the past and after just two seasons at the helm of this pathetic NFL betting franchise the Lions just might be on the verge of their first winning season in the NFL odds competition in a decade.

Last year the Lions drafted a rookie QB number one over all in the NFL betting draft and so far so good. Matthew Stafford had his ups and downs in his first season as in the NFL odds competition and his career QB rating of 61.0 is not impressive, but he should be much better this year and with a bit of help on the offense he shouldn’t have to gamble so much with this throws. Rookie RB Jahvid Best should instantly energize this offense as both a runner and a pass catcher and help improve Stafford’s awful NFL betting stats.

But the biggest addition to this team is the team’s number one pick in the 2010 NFL betting draft; Ndamukong Suh is the one of the most impressive draft prospects in the past decade and should be an All Pro player in the NFL betting action for a decade. He’ll anchor the team’s 3-4 defenses and put this unit instantly into the top half of defenses in the NFL odds action.

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