The Detroit Lions are fighting for the No. 2 after sweeping the NFC North.

The Detroit Lions are looking to quickly turn the page after pulling off one of the most memorable wins in franchise history.After winning the division title, the Lions should compete for a top seed in the NFC. Coach Dan Campbell told reporters that his young team will stay informed, focus on what is manageable and fight for the No. 2 overall seed in the conference.”I have confirmed one thing, and now I have confirmed the next.

Now we’re fighting for two seeds,” Campbell said. “Look, if you can, do it. But now we know we can reach both. This is not easy. We have to go to Dallas. They are undefeated at home.”They will play very well there, it will be difficult but we are looking forward to it. I’m looking forward to getting back out there and playing against some really good opponents.”

Detroit has a chance to finish the 2023 regular season as the No. 1 seed, but they need help from the San Francisco 49ers.The Lions don’t seem like a team that can bask in the glow of success for long. Winning a division is a hat trick, but most NFL players want success in the postseason.”It was fun, I really enjoyed it. I try to absorb it and enjoy it. The old 24-hour rule is win or lose, and we try to treat it that way,” explains Goff.

‘Yes, it was interesting. The city is excited and so are we. I know the fans are excited. At least we can play a home game in the playoffs. But as I said earlier, we still have a lot to achieve. We are very happy to have won our division. But I am never satisfied or satisfied. “There’s still a lot of work to do, but I think it’s going to be fun,” he said.

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