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Lions Share A Hilarious Video Of Players Completing An Important Task

A Detroit Lions helmet lies on the field before their game Oakland Raiders at RingCentral Coliseum on November 03, 2019 in Oakland, California.
(Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

 

Yes, the Detroit Lions regressed if you look at their win-loss records from 2020 and 2021.

However, they had more fight in them last season but just couldn’t seal the deal.

Likewise, the Lions were a more entertaining team thanks to the wit of head coach Dan Campbell.

Be it giving marching orders to bite off knee caps, sharing his favorite coffee blend, and crying after a tough loss, Campbell captivated the media and football fans alike.

That’s why everyone celebrated when they got their first win of the season via a walk-off touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings.

This time, the Lions are joining the celebration of Father’s Day by having these big athletes share how to change a baby’s diaper.

The caption reads, “How to change a diaper: 1) Read the defense 2) Be quick yet efficient 3) Stay cool under pressure.”

Reading the defense seems to be appropriate because the baby might have an accident.

More importantly, performing under pressure will get the job done.

Some of the players participating in this video are Michael Brockers, Penei Sewell, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, David Blough, Jamaal Williams, Mike Hughes, DJ Chark, Alex Anzalone, and Jared Goff.

With players giving out different instructions, it’s difficult to follow which one did the best.

 

Lions Hoping To Compete Like Grown Men

It’s been five seasons since the Lions had a winning record and six seasons since their last playoff appearance.

They are hoping to compete in 2022 and get one of the last postseason spots if possible.

It would be a tall order given the number of competitive teams in the NFC.

However, they could still aim for a more respectable record than their 3-13-1 finish in 2021.

As for Campbell, his honeymoon period is over.

Therefore, he must guide his wards to a better performance.




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