Detroit Lions PFF Grades vs. Falcons: Offense
The Detroit Lions‘ offense certainly had its ups and downs in Week 3 against the Atlanta Falcons, but there were certainly a few players who stood out, either because they were great (Sam LaPorta), or because they were not so great (Frank Ragnow‘s pass blocking grade). In this article, we will take a look at how each player on the Lions graded out, according to Pro Football Focus.
Top 5 Grades
- Sam LaPorta 80.1
- Dan Skipper 77.5
- Kalif Raymond 77.4
- Jared Goff 76.0
- Amon-Ra St. Brown 74.8
Bottom 5 Grades
- Jason Cabinda 38.7
- Brock Wright 40.5
- Matt Nelson 43.5
- Josh Reynolds 48.8
- Marvin Jones Jr. 50.6
Here are all of the grades from Sunday's win over the Falcons:
TL;DR (too long didn't read)
- Top Performers Shine: Several Detroit Lions players delivered standout performances in Week 3 against the Atlanta Falcons, earning high grades from Pro Football Focus. Sam LaPorta led the way with an impressive grade of 80.1, followed closely by Dan Skipper, Kalif Raymond, Jared Goff, and Amon-Ra St. Brown, who all showcased their skills and contributed positively to the team.
- Room for Improvement: While some Lions players excelled, others faced challenges during the game. Pro Football Focus graded Jason Cabinda, Brock Wright, Matt Nelson, Josh Reynolds, and Marvin Jones Jr. at the lower end of the spectrum. These players encountered difficulties or had less impactful performances during the matchup.
- Balanced Performance: The contrasting grades highlight the mixed performance of the Lions' offense in Week 3. While certain players made significant contributions, others faced struggles. This dynamic nature underscores the need for continued growth and consistency as the season progresses.
Bottom Line: Good Enough
The Detroit Lions' offense in Week 3 featured a mix of standout performers and those facing challenges. Sam LaPorta, Dan Skipper, Kalif Raymond, Jared Goff, and Amon-Ra St. Brown showcased their abilities with impressive grades. However, Jason Cabinda, Brock Wright, Matt Nelson, Josh Reynolds, and Marvin Jones Jr. encountered difficulties during the game. As the season unfolds, the Lions will aim to build on the strengths of their top performers and address areas that require improvement to achieve greater consistency and success.