The Detroit Lions unfortunately dropped their Week 1 divisional matchup at Ford Field at the hands of the Chicago Bears. The worst part? They had a comfortable lead entering the 4th quarter, only to watch it evaporate.
And conversely, entering Week 2, the Lions find themselves leading the NFL in one depressing statistic.
Their five drops against the Bears were good (or bad, depending on how you look at it) for the most in the NFL through the first week of action, according to Pro Football Reference.
Of course, none of the five dropped passes were of bigger consequence than the unfortunate drop from rookie D’Andre Swift on what would have been the game-winning TD pass.
At least the Lions are leading the NFL in something.