The Detroit Lions offensive line turned out much better than most outside the organization expected, and the Lions now have reason to be more confident in the unit than ever.
The extra reps everyone got early in the year, while looked on early as signs of instability, have proved vital down the stretch.
As the Lions prepare for their matchup with the Dallas Cowboys, they face the potential of missing both of their starting offensive tackles.
The young line that so many doubted before the season has proved vital to the Lions’ attack.
Lions offensive tackle Jason Fox has left Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings because of a groin injury. His return is questionable.
The upcoming week will be a nerve-wracking one for many on the Detroit Lions roster. Teams have to be down to 53 by Saturday, so dozens of cuts will be made in the coming days.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz has not been in a hurry to make a decision on who will start at right tackle and right guard, and it sounds like the upcoming matchup with the New England Patriots has not heightened the sense of urgency.
With the 128th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Detroit Lions selected Jason Fox.