When all was said and done, the Detroit Lions finished the 2016 regular season with a 9-7 record, good enough for second place in the NFC North behind the Green Bay Packers. As we know, the Packers stole the North crown from the Lions when they defeated them at Ford Field in the final week of the season.
On Monday, ESPN released their All-NFC North Team and it includes five Detroit Lions.
As far as the offense is concerned, only Golden Tate made the cut, while Darius Slay was the only player from the Lions to make the team on defense. Matt Prater, Sam Martin, and Don Carey represent the Lions on special teams.
Here is the entire All-NFC North Team, via ESPN:
What do you think, Nation? Were any Lions players left off the team?