Justin Rogers’ Detroit Lions midseason grades

Justin Rogers
The Detroit News
Matthew Stafford

The Detroit Lions stumbled into the midpoint of their 2018 season with a dismal 24-9 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, leaving the Lions with a 3-5 record.

The first half of the Lions’ season has been a mixed bag, with stirring triumphs over the Patriots and NFC North rival Packers, and awful performances against the Jets, Seahawks and Vikings.

In the gallery here, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News breaks down the Lions’ individual performances through the first eight games and hands out his midseason grades.

(Go here if you are having trouble seeing the gallery.)


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