Sounds like the Lions team is incredible: "The Lions are pushing toward their first NFC North title with a balanced and high-powered offense that ranks second in the NFL in total yardage (406.4 per game)."
"With the directive to seize the game, Lions offensive coordinator Ben Johnson dialed up a pass play with quarterback Jared Goff fully understanding the stakes. Goff calmly progressed through his first three reads, then worked back to his second option — tight end Sam LaPorta — and fired a dart. Gain of 6. First down. A chance to keep the ball until the game was over. Goff knew what Campbell was likely to decide when that fourth-down decision presented itself. “He has big balls,” Goff said. “And he showed it there. It’s a lot of fun when he puts the football in our hands to make the play.”"
"This is Lions football in 2023, fearless and fun all at once, a first-place formula concocted by the think-big, high-energy coach who wants to keep his team in an aggressive posture at all times. That is perhaps most evident within Campbell’s always-bold fourth-down philosophy."
"It was certainly notable that the Lions were in the middle of a day in which they finished with a season-high 533 yards while putting together seven scoring drives over 10 possessions. The Chargers’ explosive afternoon — with TD drives of 75, 75, 92, 68 and 75 yards on their final five series — also gave Campbell a pretty good feel for the game flow. So yeah. That fourth-and-2 call in a tie game felt like a no-brainer. “To each his own,” Campbell said. “Some say it’s a boneheaded move and some say it’s not. I made the decision and I stick by that.” The Lions have been sticking behind Campbell too. And why wouldn’t they during a surge in which they have won 15 times in 19 games dating to Week 9 of last season? Campbell continues supplying his players with a needed confidence that then fuels their collective energy, belief and desire for the big moments."