Detroit Lions’ Aidan Hutchinson looks to end the Dallas Cowboys’ home game streak.

The Detroit Lions have a chance to do something no team has done since the start of the 2022 season.After the game in September As of August 11, 2022, the Dallas Cowboys remain undefeated at home. Led by quarterback Dak Prescott, they have won 15 home games at AT&T Stadium, including all seven this season.

In particular, Prescott played very well in the friendly atmosphere of his home stadium. He has thrown for 2,125 yards, 20 touchdowns and two interceptions in home games this season. As scary as it sounds, the Lions’ goal is to break through.

Fullback Aidan Hutchinson admitted there was an extra rush of excitement at the prospect of the Cowboys suffering their first home defeat in more than a year. “That’s right. At home, I think everybody knows Dallas’ stats. But I’m glad you want to destroy them,” Hutchinson said. “You want to be the guy to end their home streak and stuff like that. They have a lot of great players and Dak has a great ball. We will get better.”The Lions were one of the teams that fell victim to the Cowboys last season in Week 7 of the 2022 season in Arlington, Texas.

Both teams look different in that game. Lions lost Amon-Ra St. Brown early in the game, and the Cowboys got a new starter in Tony Pollard, who was last year’s backup.”I think it’s a similar plan,” Hutchinson said. “I’m just associating someone else with Pollard. He played a lot last year. I don’t think it’s that special because he’s a great player too. Leos see “big things”.The Lions gave fans great satisfaction by winning their first division title in 30 years. But the team perseveres and continues to achieve great success.

Hutchinson celebrated Sunday’s win, but quickly focused on the team’s bigger goals.”I feel like I don’t know myself. It was great, but I was focused on much bigger things,” explained Hutchinson. “So we all danced and after 10 minutes I was like, ‘Okay, it’s time to get ready.’ Get ready and get ready for the playoffs.” There’s more if you want to go to the Super Bowl. At the end of the year, you could win your division and lose in the playoffs. At least I think we won the division, but that’s not the mentality I want.”

Avoiding complacency was a common theme among Lions players and coaches all week. This mindset is the result of everyone in the organization committing to a common goal.”Yeah, I think it’s the same character that Dan, Brad, Rod and all those guys brought to the team,” Hutchinson said. “Always striving for greater things is the name of the game. I don’t want to look back on this year and say, ‘I’m glad we won the division.’ “I want more.”

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