“The difference between good and great is just a split second at that position and I think he’s just seeing things a little faster and also knows when he can throw into some looks that last year maybe were a little cloudy that are much more clear to him.”
Detroit offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi says despite the Lions’ success, he was too aggressive trying to install a new offensive system.
“We would have never been able to do that last year, not even in December,” Orlovsky said, describing a play Stafford made in practice.
The Detroit Lions are starting their second year under offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi, and the unit hopes to catch up to last season’s stellar defense.
“He’s a real pro, and every day you can see him do things that really excite you,” Lions offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi said Wednesday.
“People always ask me, ‘What happened?”” Moore said of his 2014 season. “It never quite clicked for Ben and I, and young guys played well.”
The Detroit offense still has plenty of room for improvement, and Lombardi said Ebron figures prominently into the equation.
The Lions need more from talented quarterback Matthew Stafford, and the offensive coordinator plans to help him as much as he can.
Ankle injuries have plagued Bush this season, causing him to miss five of the last seven games, including three straight.
Tate did not come right out Thursday and say he should have gotten the ball more, but he would have liked more chances to help.