“Report Card Year” For Detroit Lions Draft Class Of 2008: Time To Shine!

July 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Most NFL draft prognosticators, pundits, and pugilists would agree that three seasons of play should be allowed before “grading” a prospective team’s draft performance.  And that’s usually where the aforementioned parties cease to agree.
If such is the case, then this is the year when we are “allowed” to grade the Detroit Lions NFL Draft Class of 2008: the largest-surviving and final draft class of the Millen era.
Using robust fan comments to review our initial reaction to the Detroit Lions draft is always fun for everybody, especially when we get to “review the tape” after a couple of years.
I’ll present assorted and opposing comments regarding the Detroit Lions NFL Draft Class of 2008 and offer a purview on what those players must do to remain with the pride going into the 2011 campaign.
The first comment I’d like to share is from a dear frien...

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