He spread the credit around for his performance.
“I think it was good play calling and good team football,” Griffen said. “We dialed up some stuff and got it done. We drew it up in practice, and it worked out. We executed during the game.”
Griffen fit in quickly with the defensive scheme, and with his new teammates. He arrived with a resume – 78.5 sacks in 10 seasons with the Vikings.
“Being in the same room with him, learning different things from him – he’s been great,” said defensive end Romeo Okwara, who leads the Lions with six sacks and 12 quarterback hits.
“He has a wealth of knowledge. He’s been great. He had multiple