Detroit Lions 2017 NFL Draft
Coverage of the Detroit Lions 2017 NFL Draft
After a year of play, ESPN’s draft guru still isn’t much of a fan of Detroit’s choices.
NFL.com ranked each division’s rookies from 2017 and Bob Quinn’s second draft class earned a respectable mark.
Jarrad Davis was the first round pick for the Lions in the 2017 NFL Draft, and while there was a serious need at linebacker, Detroit had plenty of prospects to choose from when it was time to turn in their card. Let’s take a look at how some of those other players Detroit passed on have fared so far in their respective rookie campaigns.
The highly polarizing second-round pick is going to need some help up front to have the impact the Lions are expecting.
Alex Alvardo gives us a lesson on the Lions seventh-round draft pick
Learning about Brad Kaaya from Hurricane’s blog The State Of The U.
We’ve looked at Relative Athletic Scores all draft season, but now it’s time to see where the Lions ended up compared to the league.
Taking a closer look at the Lions’ third-round pick, Kenny Golladay. We dig deep into the film and determine his outlook for 2017.
Arkansas Fight teaches us about the Lions’ sixth-round pick.
The USD Vista gives us a lesson on the Lions fifth-round draft choice.
What name do you wish the Lions called during the NFL Draft?
Now people from within the NFL are calling out the Detroit Lions.
Lions first-round pick Jarrad Davis brings speed and leadership to a defense that lacked both.
Rocky Top Talk teaches us about new Lions linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin.
The Toledo Blade gives us a lesson on the Lions newest tight end.
The Daily Chronicle gives us a lesson on the Lions third-round pick.
Taking a closer look at the Lions’ second-round pick, Teez Tabor. We dig deep into the film and determine his outlook for 2017.
One of NFL Films’ greatest minds gives his thoughts on the Detroit Lions’ draft class.
Alligator Army is back to teach us about the Lions’ second-round pick.
Alligator Army educates us on the Lions first round draft choice
Time to air some grievances about the Lions 2017 draft class.
The Lions didn’t draft a defensive lineman until the sixth round. Is that a problem?
Which Lions players benefitted most from Detroit’s draft and which ones should be worried?
Turning our focus to national experts, many believe the Detroit Lions did a fine job.
Out of all nine draft picks, which was your favorite?
Jeremy Reisman recaps the final day of the Detroit Lions draft and gives his overall thoughts.
General manager Bob Quinn has now completed his second NFL Draft for the Lions. Let’s give out some way-too-early grades and determine each player’s role moving forward.