What’s the Solution to the Detroit Lions’ No. 3 Wide Receiver Problem?

July 15, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We're not here to judge, but rather support the Detroit Lions in their quest to conquer their problem. 
We've all been there. More than a few folks—the author included—spent their 20s banging their heads against the wall while throwing a mountain of draft picks to solve one of life's most elusive problems.
The third wide receiver.
We could continue to overlook this seemingly minor issue and appreciate that the Lions have Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate. But who does that really help?
No, ignoring the problem won't make it go away. There are steps Detroit can take to address the problem, including a nuclear option if the first courses of treatment don't resolve the issue.
First Step: Admitting There's a Problem
As always, you can't fix a problem unless you acknowledge it exists. That shouldn't take too much convincing here.
Granted, only Wes Welker actually had the third-most receptions on his team. The role of third option ...

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