Detroit Lions Stock Report: Week 2

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Stock Report: Quick Hits

Stock Up:
Stephen Tulloch: Can his stock really be up after seeing reduced snaps and reduced role?  Yeah, when he plays well.
Manny Ramirez: Ramirez played well for a second week in a row.
Corey Robinson: Robinson didn’t play or even dress.  With Lucas looking like hot garbage, it might be his time, though.
Kyle Van Noy: After a slow start, Van Noy looked good in limited action, both on special teams and on defense where he nearly netted a sack as a blitzer.

Stock Down:
Devin Taylor: Fallen so far that he’s not even dressing for games.
Riley Reiff: He hasn’t been as bad as his PFF grade suggests, but he’s been pretty darn bad.
Travis Swanson: Swanson is struggling in his transition to start.  He might not get to finish.
Larry Warford: It hasn’t been pretty coming back from injury. Hopefully it’s just rust.
Theo Riddick: You aren’t going to get more touches if you fumble the ball away, Theo.
Lance Moore: Moore somehow gets the most WR snaps after the top two. Added a drop and costly fumble.
Tim Wright: Brought in to catch passes, there’s been more talk about what he calls routes than when he catches passes on them.
Ameer Abdullah: Who would have thought, sometimes you need blocking?
Special Teams: After a strong outing against SD, they fell hard, fast against Minnesota.

What do you think?  Did I miss anybody in the stock report?  Were there any players you felt I looked at unfairly who deserve a second look?  Let us know in the comments below or find me on Twitter @MathBomb

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