He has built a staff. He has made changes to the facility. He has undergone a modest, but busy free agency period. Now Bob Quinn requires your judgement.
Through four months as the Detroit Lions general manager, Quinn has made his mark on the team. Though free agency didn't involve any true blockbuster signings or trades, the back half of the Lions' roster has been thoroughly shuffled. In total, Quinn added 11 new players to the roster while retaining the majority of the Lions' free agents. In total, only three of Detroit's free agents have signed elsewhere, although quite a few players remain unsigned.
On the other hand, the Lions enter the NFL Draft with a lot of roster issues. How will the Lions upgrade their offensive line, having missed on players like Russell Okung? When will Detroit address the defensive line, with just three defensive ends currently under contract? When and how will the Lions get rid of Stephen Tulloch? Are the Lions okay with their mediocre starting talent at strong safety and defensive tackle?
Prior to free agency, Quinn had a 72% approval rating. At the time, Quinn had overturned much of the Lions' front office, including the scouting, conditioning and business departments of the organization. Now, after having a few months to tweak the roster, what do you think of the job Quinn has done?