Lions' putrid running game will be fixed, GM Bob Quinn promises

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Lions' putrid running game will be fixed, GM Bob Quinn promises
Lions' putrid running game will be fixed, GM Bob Quinn promises

They're a Ford-owned product that doesn't run, but the head mechanic promises this will change. No franchise has provided less ground support to its starting quarterback than what the Lions have given Matthew Stafford since he entered the NFL in 2009. Detroit running backs have produced only seven individual 100-yard performances during Stafford's 125 career starts, the last one coming by Reggie Bush during the 2013 season. Detroit's collective production is just as putrid. The low point of the Stafford era came in 2017, when the Lions ranked last in average rushing yards per game (76.3) and per carry (3.36). Whose fault is this? "I think blame can get passed all around the organization and it

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