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News: Dan Campbell has never seen anything like Lions away game crowds

It was a sea of Honolulu Blue yet once again on the roadway, as Detroit Lions fans took a trip in droves to support their guys in Tampa Bay.

The crowd would view the red-hot Lions remove the Buccaneers to the tune of 20-6 at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday afternoon. While fans have actually taken a trip previously, it appears as if the outstanding item on the field is driving fans to spend to be there for it. Who woulda believed?

Let’s have a look at a few of the videos and images from Tampa Bay. We’ll begin with Lions superfan Crackman singing on the flight to Florida since certainly.

The blue stripe in the stands was something magnificent. Several times on the broadcast you might see gamers, specifically defense, hyping up the crowd that used up nearly the whole lower bowl.

Of course the guys are enjoying it. Wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown stated the fans have actually been absolutely nothing except incredible.

“Shoot, when Tampa was on third down, it was kinda loud — it kinda felt like a home game for us. They were making some noise,” he stated.

Quarterback Jared Goff — beyond hyped.

Then there are videos of Lions fans triggering an outcry after the video game through the halls of Raymond James.

On Monday, coach Dan Campbell stated he’s never ever seen anything like this, in spite of having actually bet the Dallas Cowboys, probably the most popular and well-traveling franchise in football.

“Not like this, and look, Dallas travels well,” Campbell stated. “But not like this. I mean, you kind of feel like over a three week period, or three road games there, there it begun – there’s kind of a takeover here. It feels that way.”

If fans travel this well to Florida, can you picture what the Bears video game will appear like in Chicago?

And onto the rest of your notes.

  • While we want he was on the field, C.J. Gardner-Johnson live tweeting the video game the other day was simply gold. Hope to see it each week.
  • “It felt like Detroit could have had more than 20 points, but that’s nit-picking. The Lions look strong as they’re off to a 5-1 start, tying their best six-game opening to a season in the Super Bowl era.” CBS Sports’ John Breech grades the Lions an A- for the win.
  • Aidan Hutchinson using the Jared Goff/Amon-Ra St. Brown “Step Brothers” themed t-shirt. I enjoy how the gamers enjoy each other.


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