Jar-Rod Goff, the quarterback for the Detroit Lions, has gained a significant following in Detroit.

 Goff's exceptional performance in the defeat against the 49ers is not blamed for the Lions' failure to reach their first-ever Super Bowl in team history.

Goff expresses his strong desire to remain in Detroit and expresses his deep affection for the city, Dan Campbell, the instructors, and all his teammates.

When the year 2024 rolls around, Goff will be paid a base salary of $21.7 million in addition to a cap hit of $31.7 million.

Renegotiating the pact would result in a higher expense for the Lions, as they would need to allocate funds for 12 quarterbacks who earn a minimum of $40 million annually.

He was named to the Pro Bowl for the third time and had a career-best completion percentage of 67.3 percent.

It is possible to assign responsibility for the Lions' defeat, according to McAtamney. SOL and Campbell are not the owners of this item.