A Visual Guide to the Detroit Lions Roster: Offense

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Detroit Lions Roster: Quarterback

The Lions have a quality starter with Matthew Stafford. He finished 2013 ranking 9th in PFF’s rankings. The Lions have an inexperienced backup in Kellen Moore, who has not taken a snap in a regular season game since entering the NFL. Look for the Lions to try to resign Shuan Hill or go after an experienced backup who can give them some protection in case Matthew Stafford goes down. The last place a team wants to be is in the position the Green Bay Packers were in last season without Aaron Rodgers. Detroit Lions Roster QB

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    I’m surprised to see Sims had a negative grade. Do we still get to count Carlin Isles as a possible Lion, since he signed to play rugby in Europe?


    An Offensive CoOrdinator with a lot more imagination will have pass plays that “create open receivers”. Last few years the Lions were far too predictable. Pas.Pass.pass.
    Lions will never win without an offensive blocking scheme, that 1. Opens Holes for the RBS, and 2. Play action plays that look run, but receivers run routes where they get to open spaces. Because of a run look. More mis direction plays. More crossing routes for the receivers.

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