Every day for at least the next little while, we’ll take one reader question per day and expand on it some, as long as the questions are strong in quality — and so far, they have been.

To submit a question, tweet using the hashtag #LionsMailbag on Twitter, email me at michael.rothstein@espn.com or drop me a note on Facebook here. This week, we’ve already covered the Matthew Stafford and Golden Tate benchingsand Laken Tomlinson’s future with the team.

Now, on to today’s question.

Still think it’s too early to really be having this conversation, but considering the Lions are a win or two away from two playoff berths in three seasons under Jim Caldwell, it’s worth taking a peek at where Caldwell might stand on this list.

If you’re looking at every coach Detroit has ever had, then no, Caldwell is not the best coach in franchise history. Buddy Parker, who had a 50-24-2 record from 1951-56, would be in the short conversation, as would George Wilson, who went 55-45-6 from 1957-64 and was the coach for the Lions’ last NFL championship in 1957. (espn.com – Michael Rothstein) Click here to get the full story.

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