Lions 2020 schedule: Predicting every game, matchup odds, opponent win totals, record projection
The 2019 campaign was one to forget for the Detroit Lions. They finished in last place in the NFC North with a 3-12-1 record, firmly placing head coach Matt Patricia and GM Bob Quinn on the hot seat entering 2020. Franchise quarterback Matthew Stafford also went down with a season-ending back injury for the second straight year.
As we look toward the 2020 campaign, the mission is pretty straight forward: win and keep your jobs. Lose? Well, you'll likely be packing up your things in a cardboard box. According to the latest odds from William Hill Sports Book, the Lions have an over/under win total of 6.5, and below you'll see if they get over that mark in our way-too-early, week-by-week prediction of the 2020 season. Along with seeing our prediction for each game, you'll get odds for each team and the early lines for Week 1 and Week 2.
All odds are provided by William Hill.
Prediction: Chicago will still be working through its quarterback battle entering the opener and the Lions will be able to catch them in a bit of disarray. A healthy Matthew Stafford should be able to handle this Bears defense enough to start off the 2020 season on a high note. Lions win 17-10.
Prediction: Aaron Rodgers is going to enter the 2020 regular season with a rather large chip on his shoulder after the Packers drafted his heir apparent in first-round pick Jordan Love. With that in mind, Detroit will likely feel that ...
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