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Joique Bell wants to bring a Super Bowl win to Detroit

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Of all the great stories of the NFL, one that deserves far more attention belongs to Lions running back Joique Bell.

Undrafted in 2010, Bell bounced around the league until landing with the team that plays in his home state of Michigan.  And he has found his NFL home, with a two-year extension that puts him under contract through 2016.

Bell joined PFT Live on Wednesday as he was preparing to get in a workout.  He talked about his desire to make the Lions into a winner, his relationship with Reggie Bush, and whether the changes the team has made will propel it back to the postseason and his stated goal of helping the Lions erase their history of never getting to nor winning the Super Bowl.

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11 Responses to “Joique Bell wants to bring a Super Bowl win to Detroit”
  1. golforepar says: Mar 19, 2014 8:00 PM

    If you want to dream then dream big, then just buy a ticket to the next big game!

  2. mornelithe says: Mar 19, 2014 8:14 PM

    The only way that happens is if Detroit hosts a Super Bowl, one of these days.

  3. craniator says: Mar 19, 2014 8:14 PM

    Hey , with Jim Schwartz out of there , anything’s possible – it’s not like they don’t have the talent. If they develop a little more discipline and start playing together as a team , two years from now , they could do what Seattle did last season.

  4. dtownsportslions says: Mar 19, 2014 8:29 PM

    If the Lions win the Superbowl, I will personally put a statue up of Joique Bell in front of my home.

  5. bearshaterseverywhere says: Mar 19, 2014 8:46 PM

    What player doesn’t want to bring a Superbowl to their team’s home town?

    I like Bell, but don’t really like anyone else in the organization except CJ.

  6. thevikesarebest says: Mar 19, 2014 8:48 PM

    That’s laughable.

  7. fishfan39 says: Mar 19, 2014 8:49 PM

    No doubt getting rid of Jim Schwartz as HC was a good thing. Putting in Caldwell as HC not so much. The Lions have a ton of talent but need real leadership. I say that because of their lack of discipline. While I may be wrong I believe that Caldwell isn’t the right coach for the Lions.

  8. flogginthelog says: Mar 19, 2014 9:11 PM

    wishful thinking.

  9. matt4477 says: Mar 19, 2014 9:45 PM

    Dream on Mr. Bell !

  10. smstonerock says: Mar 20, 2014 2:48 PM

    mornelithe says:

    “The only way that happens is if Detroit hosts a Super Bowl, one of these days.”

    If by “one of these days” you were trying to make a sly comment that Detroit will never host one because its a crap city, I guess I’ll remind you that Detroit hosted a superbowl in 2006. These cheapshots at Detroit are an old, worn out bit. Everyone makes the same jokes and thinks they’re clever. Enough already it’s annoying and childish.

  11. jaygruntboston says: Mar 20, 2014 2:59 PM

    maybe he should try playing like an elite back first, or even the best one on his team, because right now he’s the second best one on the team. and does he know the team he plays on has won one playoff game in 50 years?

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