Rick Wagner on offensive line performance against Chargers

  • Published on Sep 17, 2019
  • T Rick Wagner discusses the importance of protecting Matthew Stafford and building on the group's performance against the Chargers.
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Comments • 9

  • niceguy217
    niceguy217 27 days ago +1

    Why are we the only team in the league that doesn't have the media dept. mic up the reporters too, so we can hear the questions? It's like we're 3rd world or something!

  • John Boehmer
    John Boehmer 28 days ago

    Somebody help me out, l didn't see the game, HOW did we do a complete 180° to do so well to protect Stafford in one week? Did they leave Hockenson in to help, that being why he only caught one pass? I was curious about that...

    • John Boehmer
      John Boehmer 28 days ago

      @XJBX , nice, thanks. We still managed good yardage through the air, seems Bevell drew up a good plan, despite the low scoring. I didn't think Crosby had it in him, especially vs. elite rushers.

    • XJBX
      XJBX 28 days ago +1

      yes Hock helped a lot but Crosby was solid. a lot of quick pass designs by bevell to keep staff clean

  • FootClann 004
    FootClann 004 28 days ago +6

    Keep grinding OLine!!! The fact that you guys kept Stafford clean like that shows that were gonna get better!

  • Michael McDermott
    Michael McDermott 28 days ago +10

    It's coming together slowly but surely. Detroit verses everyone.

  • Saint
    Saint 28 days ago +7

    Repeat that O-Line performance consistently and the entire fan base will ensure these guys never run out of their god damn celebration donuts. Dough-Line incoming.

  • Vash Starwind
    Vash Starwind 28 days ago +5

    Yesss! Great Job Mighty O Line!!! Thank You, Lion Warriors!! 🦁💪

  • marcus hunter
    marcus hunter 28 days ago +11

    Against that pass rush no sacks!!!!!! #OnePride