The Detroit Lions put the wraps on their 2015 season, and now the final grades are beginning to come in.
Instead of going player by player, position groups get the look and the grades for a season that started off hot and gradually became a bigger struggle by the bitter end. As a result, things don't look great for the team across the board.
Here's how the team finishes out the 2015 season on the ledger.
Starting Pitching: D. The Tigers' staff had a rough time of it all season. They had injuries, and their offseason acquisitions didn't perform up to par, be it Alfredo Simon or Shane Greene. Anibal Sanchez struggled with health and the home run ball. Justin Verlander's rebound and the insertion of Daniel Norris after the trade of David Price were arguably the two best moments for the group. Detroit starters didn't give the team a chance early in gamesRead more... Join the Conversation...