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WR Kenny Golladay: 'Only Winning Three Games is Pretty Bad'

WR discussed the offense's potential next season and the difficulties of only winning three games in the 2019 season

On a day of reflection for many on the Lions roster, wide receiver Kenny Golladay expressed both disappointment for the lack of wins and hope that next year's offense will be explosive. 


"It's disappointing. Not making the playoffs is disappointing for any team," Golladay said. "Only winning three games is pretty bad too, so it's just a disappointing season."

By all accounts, Golladay had a breakout season. On a team with not too many bright spots, the third year receiver shined and established himself as one of the leagues best wide receivers. 

He finished the season with 62 receptions, 1,118 yards and 11 touchdown grabs.

He expressed appreciation and was highly complimentary of offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.

"He (Bevell) found ways to get me the ball. I am very appreciative of him. I love the offense. I feel like we can be very explosive, he said. "It's building on this year. Hopefully we get everybody back and we stay healthy. I feel like we will be pretty good."

He declined to comment on whether or not he suffered a concussion against the Packers. 

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