It's unclear whether Gorrer was acquired to address depth at nickelback, where the Lions have lost Lawson and Bill Bentley to season-ending injuries. His experience there is limited, playing 14 career snaps in the nickel -- though just two in the past two years.
Olsen picked up three big chunks of yardage in the third quarter on a trio of well-designed plays. He could have done even more damage had linebacker Stephen Tulloch not blown up a tight end screen in the backfield.
If the Lions are to win more than they lose, if they are to contend for a playoff berth, they will have to do it with offense, which ought to be possible with all that talent in their indoor, climate-controlled home stadium.
Sometimes a great photo can be overlooked in the editing process. We decided to take a second look at our photos from Sunday's football game and created a selection of unseen images of the Lions against the Carolina Panthers in...