The 2016 Lions ranked second in the NFL in three-receiver sets on pass plays (93%) and fourth in “11 personnel” used overall (75%). The 2017 Lions hope to run more two-tight end sets to turn Eric Ebron into a full-time receiver and have blocker Darren Fells help Detroit’s offensive tackles on the line. Either way, this is likely to remain a majority three-wideout offense with third-round pick Kenny Golladay emerging at OTAs/minicamp as the front-runner to join Tate and Jones in “11” sets. Built big (6’4/218) with 4.5-flat speed and 66th-percentile SPARQ athleticism, Golladay dropped just 5-of-165 catchable targets (PFF) at Northern Illinois and topped 1,000 yards twice despite playing with five different quarterbacks. While not a realistic re-draft consideration yet, Golladay’s Dynasty stock has deservedly risen as a serious candidate for early playing time in an otherwise mediocre Detroit receiver corps.
sorry for double posting I was trying to put this on my pervious post but waited to long