May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Eric Ebron (North Carolina) stands with former running back Barry Sanders and commissioner Roger Goodell after being selected as the number ten overall pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Eric Ebron on Detroit Lions Offense: "we should take it to a whole new level"


The Detroit Lions added a bunch of talent to the offensive side of the ball to get Matthew Stafford some weapons. Golden Tate was added as a threat on offense to get Calvin Johnson some relief. Eric Ebron was added in the draft in order to give the team another threat on offense as well.

All those options on offense gives the team confidence going into the season. Eric Ebron is excited about the possibilities.

“The options are — it’s insane,” Ebron told the Detroit Free Press. “The things that we’re going to do, the things that he has in store for me, other draftees and the guys that’s already there, we should take it to a whole new level, we hope.”

The weapons are there for the offense. If the offense falters this year, the blame will be placed at the feet of Matthew Stafford for his inability to get the ball moving with all the options that he was given. This team should be able to move the ball.

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