Dan Campbell believes the Lions have ‘unfinished business’

Last season marked a historic achievement for the Detroit Lions, with their remarkable divisional victory and a near miss at reaching the Super Bowl. This success solidified the Lions as a serious contender in the NFL, poised to continue making waves in the league.

While the bitter taste of defeat in the NFC Championship game lingers, it doesn’t overshadow the significant progress the Lions have made in restoring the franchise’s relevance. With a strong core in place, the Lions are primed for further ascent.

As the 2024 season approaches, the burning question is whether the Lions can replicate last year’s success and secure ultimate victory. Coach Dan Campbell, reflecting on the team’s accomplishments, credits both the players and the passionate fanbase for their contributions. Despite the achievements, Campbell remains focused on the ultimate goal: bringing a Super Bowl Championship to Detroit.

The coach talked about the “unfinished business” as part of a sit-down interview with Dan Miller.

Campbell’s humility and steadfast determination have been instrumental in uniting the team and fostering a culture of resilience. Everyone within the Lions organization is eager to return to work and pursue their unfinished business. With strategic acquisitions in trades and free agency, and the upcoming draft, the Lions are committed to further strengthening their roster. With all pieces coming together, they are poised to address their unfinished business and chase championship glory.

Story originally appeared on Lions Wire