Matt Stafford told Valenti and Foster how the momentum of the game changed with the fumble in the second quarter …
Sounding a more like Bill Clinton than himself, Stafford, who is battling bronchitis, spoke about the disappointing loss on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
Days after the annual Lions Thanksgiving Day game Mike Valenti and Terry Foster went head-to-head with Detroit Lions starting quarterback Matthew Stafford on 97.1 The Ticket Tuesday.
“We’ve got to take the steps needed to play better this week,” Stafford said. “Find a way to get back to that … it’s a team game, it’s all about winning and losing.”
Detroit dominated the game from start to finish, building a solid lead before halftime and coasting after the break.
Mike Valenti and Terry Foster went head-to-head with Detroit Lions starting quarterback Matthew Stafford on 97.1 The Ticket Tuesday.
Stafford was injured late in Detroit’s loss Sunday at Tennessee.
Terry Foster asked Stafford if there was a game today — could he play?
If these Detroit Lions and the San Francisco 49ers players, coaches and mascots were to go mano a mano in a fight, which one would win?
“It’s all about give me the most impactful guys, but it has to be in the right spots,” Mike Valenti said.