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learned the hard way last season how valuable it is to have good receivers. A Week 15 matchup at Buffalo saw quarterback

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Jake Rudock is back with the Detroit Lions after being signed to their practice squad.The Lions waived Rudock as they cut their roster down to 53 players by Saturday's deadline. That move paved the way for Matt Cassel to be the team's backup quarterback behind Matthew Stafford. But the Lions announced several more moves Sunday.Detroit signed Rudock Austin Bryant Jersey Womens , linebackers Alex Barrett and Darnell Sankey, cornerback Mike Ford, wide receiver Chris Lacy, safety Rolan Milligan and offensive lineman Dan Skipper to the practice squad. The Lions were also awarded offensive lineman Andrew Donnal from Baltimore and cornerback Dee Virgin from Houston, both via waivers.Detroit waived center Leo Koloamatangi and tackle Brian Mihalik. Marvin Jones Jr. and Kenny Golladay currently occupy the outside receiver spots. Will a rookie step in and claim the role of WR3?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhitePride Of Detroita Detroit Lions communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryLionsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Detroit Lions NewsDetroit Lions NotesDetroit Lions AnalysisDetroit Lions TransactionsDetroit Lions Game RecapsFiled under:Detroit Lions RosterDetroit Lions AnalysisNext Man Up: Is the Detroit Lions’ WR depth sufficient enough? New Austin Bryant Detroit Lions Jersey ,50commentsMarvin Jones Jr. and Kenny Golladay currently occupy the outside receiver spots. Will a rookie step in and claim the role of WR3?EDTShareTweetShareShareNext Man Up: Is the Detroit Lions’ WR depth sufficient enough? Chuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsLions fans learned the hard way last season how valuable it is to have good receivers. A Week 15 matchup at Buffalo saw quarterback Matthew Stafford heaving the ball to a blanketed Kenny Golladay in a fashion that resembled the old Stafford-to-Megatron days—only this time, it was happening seemingly every other play as no other receivers were open. With Golden Tate’s departure leaving a crippled slot receiver position and Marvin Jones Jr. out for the season’s remainder due to injury, the Lions truly pushed the boundaries of how much they can burden one receiver late in 2018. It begs the question this year: if the same situation were to play out, who’s to step up?Next Man Up: Travis FulghamThe typical default personnel for an offense features two outside wide receivers, and thus we turn our eyes to the third outside receiver this time. Marvin Jones Jr. and Kenny Golladay have both shown their ability to make highlight-reel catches and drag defenders through the mud Austin Bryant Jersey 2019 , but it begs the question of who comes next?There wasn’t a clear-cut answer for that last season when Matthew Stafford was being thrown around like a ragdoll in the pocket and Kenny Golladay was fighting off double teams. The Lions made sure to address that by drafting Fulgham and bringing in a host of big-bodied receivers as UDFAs as they look towards training camp. Grade: B+I’d love to give this grade a “TBD”, but that would be no fun. The reality of the situation however is that this depth relies a lot on the development of Travis Fulgham or another rookie outside receiver who may step up during training camp. I err on the good side of this grade as WR2 is technically depth (as Lions fans learned when Marvin Jones Jr. went down), and Bob Quinn has put the team in a very good position with Kenny Golladay as their No. 2 receiver behind Jones Jr. The argument can even be made that Golladay is WR1 and Jones is WR2, but, either way Austin Bryant Jersey Mens , the Lions are in no trouble there. You could also say that the Lions need a more proven outside receiver on the depth chart after Kenny Golladay turned to a one-man show on offense late last season, but I firmly believe a lot of the problems came from the lack of a competent underneath/slot receiver rather than another big man out wide. Bob Quinn did the smart thing in addressing the lack of depth with some low-risk draft capital, and it will be interesting to see how Fulgham’s development plays out in the coming months.

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