Frank Ragnow thinks his Detroit Lions are ready to roar

The Detroit Lions are trying to get their rebuild rolling, and All-Pro center Frank Ragnow thinks his fledgling team is on the move.

Frank Ragnow has had difficult times.

Ragnow, 26, is entering his fifth year with the Detroit Lions after being first-round selected by Arkansas in 2018. He made second-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl, but never sniffed past the playoffs.

However, that could change soon.

While the country got to see the improving Lions on HBO Hard hits While working under sophomore head coach Dan Campbell, Ragnow witnessed the work. On Tuesday, Ragnow spoke further to FanSided’s Matt Verderame stacking the box as part of an Applebee campaign – a restaurant franchise he’s dear to since high school in Minnesota – and explained why he sees a team ready to compete.

Frank Ragnow believes the Lions are ready to win

Ragnow’s optimism is understandable. The Lions went 3-13-1 last year but finished the season with three wins in their last six games. With another draft class led by No. 2 overall Aidan Hutchinson, one of the best offensive lines in the league, and a variety of intriguing weapons, Detroit could be poised to make some real noise.

One of those guns, running back D’Andre Swift, is hoping to break through nationally. The 23-year-old is entering his third pro season and although he’s only rushed for 1,138 yards at 4.3 yards per carry, he clearly has the skills of a star.

“He’s quite dynamic, man,” Ragnow said. “He can take a step and change direction in the blink of an eye. Pretty cool to know that every play has the potential for an explosive run if you block for it. That’s one thing Offensive Line loves. Combine that with his work ethic, he’s one of the first in the building every day. I have a lot of respect for the guy and I think he can be something very special, if he just stays healthy and we stay consistent as an attacking line he can have a good season.

Swift, Ragnow and the Lions begin their seasons on September 11 at Ford Field against the Philadelphia Eagles. Frank Ragnow thinks his Detroit Lions are ready to roar

John Verrall

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