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They say Detroit Lions Hats  there’s no such thing as a stupid question, but today’s Question of the Day is going to test that mantra. It’s become a weekly tradition here at Pride of Detroit to gauge Lions fans’ confidence in the team throughout the regular season, asking fans whether they’re feeling better or worse about the team after each week’s performance. Coming out of the preseason, hope was lower than normal. The Lions looked horrible in pretty much every quarter of the exhibition season, but it was easy to brush that off as meaningless. Those concerns are much harder to ignore when the same issues popped up in the first regular season game against what was thought to be an inferior opponent. So today’s Question of the Day is:Do you feel better, worse or the same after the Lions’ loss to the Jets?My answer: A lot worse... duh.I knew the defense was going to struggle early on, and not much about that side of the ball surprised me. In fact, early on, the defense actually looked a little better than I was expecting.However, the continued struggles of the offense were surprising, even if the feeling was all too familiar. For some time, the Lions’ offensive talent has been considered top-notch, but Detroit’s offense efficiency has never matched that perception. In the first week Detroit Lions Hoodie , the Lions’ run game continued to look awful, the Lions offense again had a debilitatingly slow start, and Matthew Stafford got his ass kicked yet again.Overall, there’s very little about this team that looked much different from the team that collapsed down the stretch against inferior opponents last year. And they may even be significantly worse than where they were at the end of 2017.I’m not saying the Lions made a mistake in hiring Matt Patricia or that their 2018 season is already lost, but, man, it’s really hard to feel good about this team right now, whereas you could at least make some sort of argument 24 hours ago.Your turn.Lions notes: NFL employees leave Matthew Stafford off their Top 5 QBs list A few weeks back, ESPN polled 50 NFL insiders—including general managers, head coaches and other lesser positions—to ask who are the top quarterbacks in the league. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford came in at seventh on the list. 15 of 50 named him a Tier 1 quarterback, but averaging out he landed in the second tier.MMQB’s Albert Breer conducted a similar poll recently. He asked 32 different people across the league. According to Breer, the poll included “general managers, head coaches Customized Detroit Lions Jerseys , scouting directors, offensive coordinators and quarterbacks coaches.” He asked all them via text: “Who will be the Top 5 QBs in football at the end of the season?”The results are pretty shocking. While Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Drew Brees all expectedly filled out the top three, Matthew Stafford is not on the list. He did not receive a single vote from any of the 32 executives. Keep in mind that Jimmy Garoppolo, Jared Goff, Andrew Luck, Derek Carr, and Case freakin Keenum all garnered at least one vote. Matthew Stafford has gone a long ways in gaining respect around the league, but it’s clear he still has plenty of people to win over.The folks over at “Good Morning Football” gave their picks for the 12 playoff teams of 2018. Only our good friend Nate Burleson had the Lions making the postseason: The Lions have their “unofficial” depth chart for Week 1 against the New York Jets, and not much has changed except for a demotion on the defensive line. In continuing with their recent tradition of giving back to Detroit Lions fans, the team surprised this fan with tickets to the season opener on Monday night: Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press made his game-by-game predictions, and you probably won’t be happy with the result. Our friend Brett Kollmann of SB Nation blog Battle Red Blog created a hype video for 2018/season recap for 2017. It will get you 1000000 percent psyched for the season (even though the Lions are mostly absent): The Athletic (subscription required) details five plays that show why the Lions extended Quandre Diggs to a $20.4 million deal.
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