The Detroit Lions announced their 2018 regular season schedule Thursday night. The team opens the year at home against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.
It’s the first of two primetime games at Ford Field (Week 3 vs. New England on Sunday Night Football), in addition to the nationally televised annual Thanksgiving Day game. The Lions will be facing off against the division rival Chicago Bears this turkey day.
For more information, and the Lions’ full 2018 schedule, click here.
“I’d say it’s a couple things, playmaking and dependability would be two things,” Quinn said. “You want dependable players in this program. Obviously, if you’re taking them in the first round, they should be good players, right? Or I shouldn’t be standing up here.
“But I think dependability is something that’s really key with durability, ability to learn, competitive nature, does he love football, passion, all the things that we talk about…