Head coach Jim Caldwell noted Monday that there is not one particular area on offense the Lions need to shore up.
The current dynamic of the Detroit Lions locker room reminds safety Glover Quin of his last two years with the Houston Texans.
Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate present quite the challenge for defenses. Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie do the same for offenses.
“We’d love to be running four-minute offense and taking knees at the end,” Stafford said, “but we’ll take them how we can get them.”
“The best thing that [Fuller] has done is that he has taken it upon himself to attach himself to Calvin,” Caldwell said Friday.
This week should be a slightly less stressful one for Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi.
Questions about how defenses should handle the wide receiver duo of Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate produced more questions than answers.
“Feeling good,” Johnson said. “Back to my normal routine.”
Johnson has not played since Oct. 5, when he aggravated an ankle injury in a game against the Buffalo Bills.
If the Detroit Lions are going to make the playoffs, they need their offensive weapons to get healthy and stay healthy.