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Notes: Detroit Lions offensive line ranked 26th by PFF

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Unsurprisingly, the Lions offensive line ranks among the league’s worst in PFF grades.

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Former Rams left tackle Greg Robinson was forced to start due to the injury to Taylor Decker, and he has not performed particularly well, ranking as PFF’s 68th-graded offensive tackle so far. Robinson has surrendered 21 total pressures in five games, the sixth-most at his position. In terms of blocking for the run, Detroit runners average just 0.61 yards before contact, which is the third-fewest in the NFL

  • The Lions have yet to make the signing official but Datone Jones sounds excited to join the team:

  • Jones wasn’t the only defensive lineman the Lions looked at this week. Apparently the brought in two defensive tackles to try out on Tuesday. Hopefully this is just normal procedure and not a response to Haloti Ngata’s elbow injury:

  • Here’s a blast from the not-so-distant past:

  • Ebron, Miles Killebrew, and Tahir Whitehead hosted a Play 60 event at Ford Field on Tuesday: