Detroit Lions looking to get rookie WR Amon-Ra St. Brown more involved in offense

Teams like to use the bye week as time to rest, sit back, and get away for a bit. But when a team 0-8 is goodbye, some work needs to be done to identify and fix the issues.

“You want to get a little rest,” said Goff. “We have a lot to do. That is the bottom line and the challenge that we are currently charged with. It is exactly what we have to face.”

The nice thing about where Detroit falls goodbye this year compared to years gone by is that there’s enough tie through eight games to have a good idea of ​​what works and what doesn’t, and then come up with a plan to fix it.

Hockenson, who led Detroit Sunday with 10 receptions for 89 yards, said this week must be about thinking about the first eight games and finding ways to improve.

It’s also a big week for Campbell and his coaching team. You have to dive deep into the first eight weeks to find out what – or maybe who – isn’t working the way you hoped.

“Here’s the good news – the good news is that we said goodbye and I now have about a week that I can really, really dive into and just take it as it is,” said Campbell. “We know a lot of the problems, but now I can sit back and say, ‘Okay, let me see everything. Let me see exactly where we have deficits and where not, what we can help.” ‘.

“And I go back to: ‘Where can we, where can we help each other schematically, where can we help these players to be better than they are. Where are we better suited to place some players than where they are right ? now or ask what we ask of them. ‘”

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