The O is ranked 16th and the D is ranked 12th. We are 29th in rushing, 7th in passing. Not sure how they rank special teams but I really like ours. Prater is solid but not spectacular this year. he is only 10-14 from 40-49. Punting was more than OK w/o Martin, coverage has been decent and Agnew was a great addition. Between special teams and INT's returned for TD's we are averaging about 4 points a game. OL, what can you say, it's been next man up all year. DL, below average with Ngata, below average w/o him. Now that we are playing lesser opponents it would be nice to see the DT's get pressure and the DE's get some sacks. We'll see. The absolute neglect of the running game remains unacceptable. Early in the season they were making 3rd and short, then they dropped Barrett and never came up with another lead blocker. It's nice to run for average, but being able to run effectively and move the chains is an acceptable alternative. Obviously, we aren't doing either. Passing game has been great. Outside of the game where they had like 12 or 13 passes defended, Stafford has done very well. Completion percentage is down but he has been effective and is currently #6. I assume that number will go up in the second half of the season. Looking forward to the second half. We can't stumble and we need to do what we did last week, score early. Obviously, that was thanks to what was pretty much a bull shit call but it's going to take about 100 more of those in GB to be even so I don't care. If the DL can get any semblance of pressure our int's could really go up. The secondary has been as good as I've seen on a Lions team for a long time. Time to suck it up, 1-3 at home isn't the way to do that. They CAN run the table, if they don't it's probably another shot at a wild card and one and done.