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An Audacious Prediction About the Lions’ Second Half by Mike Florio…

The Detroit Lions have a favorable schedule in the second half of the 2023 season.

While their NFC rivals have tougher challenges, Detroit only plays one team with a winning record, the Dallas Cowboys, over the course of their final nine games.

Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio believes there is an opportunity for the Lions to finish the 2023 season with a record of 14-3.

“Schedule gets pretty easy,” Florio expressed to Chris Simms after the Lions defeated the Raiders on Monday Night Football. “Schedule is pretty simple to navigate. The only one left on the schedule that should give them pause is week 17 at Dallas.

“They could go 14-3, Chris. They really could. They could. Especially a game like last night, where they shoot themselves in the foot multiple times and still win the game by double digits,” Florio continued. “They got to keep winning and winning and winning and winning. If they can stay focused. And I trust Dan Campbell will do that. They can keep winning and winning and winning and winning all the way through to that week 17 game. I think it’s Saturday night, December 30th. That should be a great game, and that hopefully will have very real playoff implications for a one seed, a division championship in the NFC East.”

Head coach Dan Campbell indicated Tuesday, in his last media session before the bye week, he was planning to use Wednesday of last week to evaluate the first eight weeks of the season prior to taking a couple of days off.

I’m going to spend most of, I’m going to spend all of tomorrow really just digesting the last eight weeks, self-scout, got the coordinators on that right now and then I’m going to try to get out for a little bit here and then be back on the weekend,” Campbell told reporters. “That’s the plan.”

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