Behind enemy lines: Lions links

The Detroit Lions have enough problems without creating more of their own. Sounds a little like the Washington Redskins; OK, sounds a lot like the Redskins.

Anyway, Detroit has dropped 10.4 percent of quarterback Matthew Stafford’s passes through two games. Stafford hasn’t shied away from going back to any of the receivers who have dropped the ball. And there aren’t complaints about where he’s putting the ball.

They’re just not catching his throws.