Detroit Lions GM displays complete trust in Jared Goff.

Jared Goff, the Detroit Lions quarterback, had a spectacular season

leading the team to their first division title in three decades and their first playoff victory since January 1992.

Goff led Detroit to the NFC Championship Game, where the Lions lost to the San Francisco 49ers after leading 24-7 at halftime.

Goff's future in Detroit appears to be bright, as Lions general manager Brad Holmes gushed about his quarterback this week

Here's the thing: Goff's contract expires at the conclusion of next season, and Detroit has yet to begin talks with the 29-year-old about a possible long-term deal.

However, given Holmes' apparent like for Goff, it looks safe to assume that the Lions will make an effort to sign the three-time Pro Bowler this offseason.

Goff threw for 4,575 yards, 30 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions this season

completing 67.3% of his passes and earning a passer rating of 97.9.

The Los Angeles Rams originally selected the University of California product as the first overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. 

He spent his first five years with the Rams until being dealt to the Lions in March 2021 for Matthew Stafford.

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