Detroit Lions

  • Passing Yards
    263.3 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    83.4 RYPG
  • Yards Per Game
    346.7 YPG
  • Detroit Lions place three players on PUP list
    Detroit Free Press

    Detroit Lions place three players on PUP list

    The Detroit Lions announced today they have placed three players on the physically-unable-to-perform list: receiver Corey Fuller (foot), tight end Brandon Pettigrew (knee) and offensive tackle Corey Robinson. Fuller underwent surgery for a broken foot in early June, which he injured in an organized team activities practice. He was competing for the No. 5 receiver job. Pettigrew tore his anterior cruciate ligament in a loss to St. Louis on Dec. 13 and had surgery. “I’m ahead of the game,” he said in May. “I want to keep progressing, keep strengthening it up. That’s probably the biggest part and we’ll see where we’re at in camp.” Robinson played in one game as a rookie last season after being drafted

  • Green Bay packs 10 players onto our 2016 All-NFC North Team
    CBS Sports

    Green Bay packs 10 players onto our 2016 All-NFC North Team

    Over the course of eight days, we will be unveiling our All-Division teams here at CBSSports.com. What does that entail? We're picking a quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, two tight ends, five offensive linemen, two defensive ends, two defensive tackles, four linebackers, three cornerbacks and two safeties from each division that we believe will have the best 2016 season. Over the last few weeks, we've narrowed down the final roster, and we'll present them in this space. We'll continue today with the NFC North. This one is no contest. Even during Rodgers' comparatively poor 2015 season (he set career lows in completion percentage, yards per attempt, and passer rating), he still