What Are Your Expectations for Lions' 2020 Season?

John Maakaron

The Lions' coaching staff is down in Mobile, Ala., for this week's Senior Bowl. 

Expectations are that head coach Matt Patricia & Co. will get an up-close look at draft prospects throughout the week of practices.

When Patricia and general manager Bob Quinn were retained, ownership expressed that there was disappointment felt by everyone due to the team's poor win-loss record in 2019. 

With that said, ownership has stated that the expectation for the 2020 season is playoff contention and playing meaningful games in December. 

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While there are many factors still to be determined before next season, the expectations levied against the current Lions regime are important and valid. 

It will not be acceptable for the team to be out of playoff contention come December. 

For many Detroit fans, just making the playoffs will not be enough. They will also expect the Lions to capture that elusive playoff victory. 

It has been 28 years since the Lions defeated the Cowboys in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs. 

No matter what your expectations are, the organization must take major steps forward in Patricia's third season. 

What are your expectations for the Lions in 2020? Vote and comment below.

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Try to be a five hundred team. I guess that I should start crying now because I’m dreaming if they do that good!

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