- John Keim, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Detroit Lions have enough problems without creating more of their own. Sounds a little like the Washington Redskins; OK, sounds a lot like the Redskins.
Anyway, Detroit has dropped 10.4 percent of quarterback Matthew Stafford’s passes through two games. Stafford hasn’t shied away from going back to any of the receivers who have dropped the ball. And there aren’t complaints about where he’s putting the ball.
Receiver Ryan Broyles might help the Lions right about now. He’s still recovering from December surgery on his anterior cruciate ligament.
Quick hits from Lions coach Jim Schwartz.
Reggie Bush is apparently OK.
Pick a corner and stick with him.
Tony Dungy offended some of the Detroit Lions by saying they’re, well, the Lions.
Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press writes that the Lions haven’t done enough to change the perception of people like Dungy. Or anyone else for that matter.