Jared Goff feels the Detroit Lions are capable of beating anyone in the NFL after moving to 3-1 with a 34-20 defeat of the Green Bay Packers.
The Lions secured their third win of the season, sending a message to the rest of the NFC North that they are the team to beat after dominating the Packers at Lambeau Field.
Speaking after the win, Lions quarterback Jared Goff said: “Send us anywhere. We’ll be ready. That’s the way we’re built.
“We have that confidence,” he said. “Line us up against anyone, and we feel like we can go in there and beat them, and that’s a good feeling to have. Is it always gonna happen? I don’t know, but we feel like we can. We have that confidence in ourselves, in our coaches and each other. We’re working together really well right now.”
In front of a national audience on Thursday Night Football, the home side took until late in the second quarter to record their first first down, and that was on an encroachment penalty by the Lions.
Green Bay mounted a slight comeback as the home side got within 10 points in the fourth quarter; however, the Lions were just too strong for them, with David Montgomery the star with three rushing touchdowns.
The Lions have a 100% record away from home this season after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in the first game of the new season, and they are ready for more tough fixtures to come their way.
The Lions welcome the Carolina Panthers to Ford Field in their next match, while the Packers travel to the Allegiant Stadium to face the Las Vegas Raiders.