Running Backs (5)
Jason Cabinda (FB)
Reynolds may have needed a good showing against the Panthers to solidify his place as the No. 3 running back, and he delivered (11 carries for 41 yards and a touchdown). Cabinda sticks around after being on the roster bubble all offseason. I'm going with Snell as the fourth running back--a core special teamer and fallback option for work in the offense.
Wide Receivers (6)
Amon-Ra St. Brown
Jameson Williams (suspended)
Drummond had a nice game against Carolina, showing his mettle as a short and intermediate area receiver, while fellow UDFA Chase Cota had a couple bad drops that stand to cost him. Green had his best showing of the preseason against the Panthers, highlighted by a 70-yard touchdown, so he gets a late push up to the 53 here.
Tight Ends (3)
The chalk trio remains here. No need for further exposition.
Offensive Line (9)
Sorsdal became a lock to make it over the course of the preseason, as he was lined up at multiple spots and was effective. Nelson and Ifedi were in a proverbial battle for one roster spot as the Lions' primary backup tackle, but I've got both making it here.