Detroit Lions Stock Report: Week 6

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Stock Report:  Quick Hits

Stock Up:

Lance Moore:  Deserving of his own article, Lance Moore is serving up some crow as the team’s #3.
Andre Fluellen: Back on the roster and one of the only interior DL playing well. Good show.
Calvin Johnson: Nope, he’s too old, he’s not Megatron anymore, blah blah blah #BestWRever
Golden Tate: Tate was back doing Tate things.
Michael Burton: Has had one bad play all season (a run), otherwise perfect.
Larry Warford: Welcome back, War Daddy!
Joe Lombardi: Was that…a decent offensive gameplan?  Not used to seeing those.
Jim Bob Cooter: No, Cooter didn’t really do anything.  Fans think he did, though, and that puts him here!
Darius Slay: Fans will remember the big play he gave up, but Slay saved the game at least twice.
Josh Bynes: Another week, another solid performance by Bynes.
Stephen Tulloch: It feels good putting him back in the positive column. Beasted against the run.

Stock Down: 

Zach Zenner:  A few cracked ribs and a collapsed lung will shut him down for the year.
Caruan Reid: Hasn’t looked good at all.  Might still be good in a rotational role, but not ready for increased role.
Isa Abdul Quddus:  Was bad last week, was worse this week.  Blowing his shot to stick.
Rashean Mathis: When he wasn’t out of position, he was missing tackles.  Normally solid at worst, Mathis’ worst has been dowgraded to really bad. <–Same update as last week.
Travis Swanson: Swanson has had a rough start to his career.  With Ramirez now out at Guard, might not last long before the Man Ram takes center.
Corey Fuller: Has been bad on special teams for a while.  Finally broke.
TJ Jones: Decided to do his best Jeremy Ross impression against the Bears.
Right Tackle: I don’t even care who’s over there any more.  Might as well play four linemen and have someone else out running routes.

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