Will Lions rework TE corps?
October, 7, 2013
By Tom Carpenter | ESPN Insider
It's hardly a surprise that the Detroit Lions' passing game struggled mightily Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, since they didn't have wide receiver extraordinaire Calvin Johnson in the mix due to a knee injury. All things considered, QB Matthew Stafford did all right, completing 25 of 40 passes (62.6 percent) for 262 yards and zero interceptions to go with a late touchdown. On the other hand, he could have done more had his pass-catchers not failed to live up to that moniker by dropping five passes.