Champ: Brandon Pettigrew for catching all seven passes thrown his way.
“We’re only a quarter way through the season,” Stafford said, “but it’s a nice start.”
Detroit Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew has struggled to hold onto the football recently, and head coach Jim Schwartz said Thursday that Pettigrew needs to be more consistent with his catches, although his value is in more than just those plays.
Champ: Alex Avila for stepping up his play as of late and looks like a starting catcher again.
The Lions won their third straight season opener in front of a packed and drained crowd at Ford Field in downtown Detroit, a game that managed to display why being a Lions fan is a near fatal experience every time the team takes the field.
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