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Halfway through the season, several Detroit Lions players are getting recognition for their efforts.

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  • Now that every team have passed the halfway point in their seasons, several publications put out their All-Midseason teams.

For Pro Football Focus, Matt Prater made their first team, while Glover Quin and Golden Tate were honorable mentions.

MMQB only had one Lions player on their list, and it was neither of the three mentioned above. Rookie Jamal Agnew earned a spot as the return specialist thanks to his two punt return touchdowns.

ESPN followed suit, only naming Agnew to their list.

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  • I think it’s time we made TJ Jones feel a little more appreciated around here. After many wanted him cut in favor of Jace Billingsley or Jared Abbrederis, Jones has been great through eight games:

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