Lions fire special teams coach Brayden Coombs after rogue fake punt nobody expected

Sometimes it only takes one thing to get fired. That is why it is always good to keep things in check. Wear pants for this Zoom meeting. Don't worry about your expenses. And if you're a specialty team coach, make sure the rest of the coaching staff is aware of the fake punt you're about to call.
Like Otto in "A Fish Called Wanda," former Lions Special Team Trainer Brayden Coombs forgot the third, which is why he's now the former Lions Special Team Trainer. At 12:09 in the fourth quarter in Detroit's eventual 46:25 loss to the Titans, Coombs C.J. Moore in fourth and fourth places off the 31-yard line from Detroit. Moore was unable to convert, and the Titans took over, scoring another touchdown on the resulting drive.
According to ESPN's Michael Rothstein, Coombs didn't implement that idea on anyone else's team, and many players were surprised. Oops.
"It doesn't fit the culture," a source told Rothstein.
The Lions ranked 17th on the Football Outsiders Special Team metrics for Week 15. This is another lesson. If you go offline you should be better at what you do and your bizarre idea was better off.

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