Anyone who has watched the Detroit Lions the last couple seasons under former head coach Jim Schwartz knew this was a talented team that needed some discipline and accountability before the team could ever begin to realize their potential.
New head coach Jim Caldwell will be in charge of bringing that to Detroit and Lions running back Reggie Bush said on NFL AM that it won’t be too difficult.
“I think the culture is going to be the biggest thing that we’re gonna need to improve on in our locker room,” Bush said. “I don’t know if it’s gonna be anything really too difficult because we have all the pieces to the puzzle. We have a really good team … so it’s just gonna be about just changing that atmosphere, that culture, getting us to the championship mentality in the way we prepare.”
With Bush, Calvin Johnson, Matthew Stafford, Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley in place the Lions have the talent at the top of the roster to make the playoffs and even win the NFC North, provided Caldwell is successful in instilling a culture of accountability and discipline in Motown.