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Green Bay WR Greg Jennings was recently on “NFL Total Access” on the NFL Network to discuss the offseason for his own team as well as other division rivals including the Detroit Lions.
Jennings was asked what his biggest concern was regarding the up and coming Lions and his answer was pretty simple…
“Can they maintain their composure, both on the field and off the field?” Jennings responded. “They’re a very talented team, but they have struggles on the field containing their composure, and definitely, the things we’ve heard of, them being in the media with off-the-field problems and off-the-field issues. Can they maintain their composure? Can they be a professional ball club for 16, 17, 18 solid weeks throughout the regular season?”
And someone who was very familiar with the on the field and off the field composure loss, Warren Sapp who is an NFL Network analyst agreed with what Jennings had to say…
“The Detroit Lions remind me of the 1997 Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 10-6 was the record, f
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You really cant argue with Green Bay receiver Greg Jennings analysis of the Detroit Lions.
Hes dead on.
You just might question his intelligence for giving one of his teams division rivals, a club coming off a 10-win playoff season, such bulletin-board material a couple weeks before training camp opens.
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