The Detroit Lions are getting back a key defensive piece ahead of Sunday's tilt with the Indianapolis Colts, activating cornerback Justin Coleman from injured reserve. Signed as a free agent in 2019, Coleman led the Lions in defensive snaps last season as the team's starting nickel corner. In 16 games (11 starts), he recorded 54 tackles, 13 pass breakups, one interception and three forced fumbles.
The Detroit Lions have changed the conversation about their team by beating bad teams, the one-win Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars. We've just got to keep doing what we do and get this city and this team and this organization what they want, which is wins,” Lions linebacker Reggie Ragland said. And, put ourselves in position to make the playoffs and then go to the Super Bowl.
It’s time to start talking about Frank Ragnow as one of the best centers in the league because that’s what he is. Ragnow is PFF’s second-best center overall and on the ground to this point. He hasn’t allowed a single quarterback hit or sack, giving up only four pressures on 403 offensive snaps.