3. G Jonah Jackson
Since being drafted by the Lions in the 3rd round of the 2020 Draft, Jackson has started at guard for all 57 games that he's appeared in. Injuries have caused him to miss a good chunk of the last two seasons – he played in 13 games in '22, 12 games in '23 – but has found a way to remain productive whenever he's on the field. The trendy Lions argument is to let Jackson, who will command a whole bunch of money this offseason, go in favor of bringing back Graham Glasgow, but with Jackson being five years younger than Glasgow, investing in the offensive lineman who's just hitting his prime feels like the smarter decision.