Jared Goff is a Detroit Lion and he’ll inherit the problems Matthew Stafford once had unless he somehow turns it around.
Goff went on the record to let off some steam after traded to the Lions for Stafford in an interesting trade.
“As the quarterback, as the guy that’s at arguably the most important position on the field, if you’re in a place that you’re not wanted and they want to move on from you, the feeling’s mutual,” Goff told Farmer. “You don’t want to be in the wrong place. It became increasingly clear that was the case. [The trade] is something that I’m hopeful is going to be so good for my career,” per the Los Angeles Times.
Super Bowl 53 was a game where people forgot Goff played in only to lose the New England Patriots under Sean McVay.
For a QB drafted No. 1 overall to a city that needed a franchise player, Goff can put this behind him and focus on elevating the Lions who made changes within the front office.
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