2004 Detroit Lions schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
6-10-0 0-0 4693 2916 1777 20 263 5401 3514 1887 24 320
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The Detroit Lions' seventy-fifth season was in 2004, and it was the second season Steve Mariucci served as the head coach of the team. The Lions played their home games at Ford Field. They finished the season 6-10-0, 3-5-0 at home and 3-5-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Chicago Bears 20-16
Week 2 Houston Texans 28-16
Week 3 Philadelphia Eagles 13-30
Week 5 @ Atlanta Falcons 17-10
Week 6 Green Bay Packers 10-38
Week 7 @ New York Giants 28-13
Week 8 @ Dallas Cowboys 21-31
Week 9 Washington Redskins 10-17
Week 10 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 17-23
Week 11 @ Minnesota Vikings 19-22
Week 12 Indianapolis Colts 9-41
Week 13 Arizona Cardinals 26-12
Week 14 @ Green Bay Packers 13-16
Week 15 Minnesota Vikings 27-28
Week 16 Chicago Bears 19-13
Week 17 @ Tennessee Titans 19-24

Coaches

Head Coach: Steve Mariucci Offensive Coordinator: Sherman Lewis Defensive Coordinator: Dick Jauron Special Teams Coordinator: Chuck Priefer Quarterbacks Coach: Greg Olson Wide Receivers Coach: Kevin Higgins Offensive Line Coach: Pat Morris Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Sean Kugler Running Backs Coach: Tom Rathman Tight Ends Coach: Sean Kugler, Andy Sugarman Defensive Line Coach: Larry Brooks Linebackers Coach: Richard Smith Defensive Backs Coach: George Catavolos Defensive Assistant Coach: Johnny Holland, Don Clemons Assistant Special Teams Coach: Stan Kwan Assistant to the Head Coach: Kevin Lartigue Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jason Arapoff, Malcolm Blacken Strength and Conditioning Assistant Coach: Mondray Gee Scouting Assistant: Adam Gase Operations Intern: John Spytek