Rookie first-round pick
"Any reps I can get I'll gladly take them," Reiff said. "We had a game plan and we just go out there and try an execute it and that's all there is to it."
Reiff said he wanted to watch the tape before giving an assessment of his performance. From the press box view, Reiff wasn't noticed a whole lot, and that's usually a good indication of a tackle doing his job.
The Lions and coach Jim Schwartz got their first look at the replacement officials Friday night. The crew from the GLIAC and a couple Division III conferences from Wisconsin and Illinois got a mixed review.
They were perfect on booth reviews, upholding a Browns fumble and Lions interception that appeared to be the right calls on the field.
There was a phantom late hit penalty called on Lions safety
Lions head coach Jim Schwartz said the biggest disappointment from Friday's loss was the way the Lions came out of the locker room at halftime.
"You have a lot of guys on our second and third groups that are jockeying to try to make a good impression to make the team," Schwartz said.
"We have a chance to go out 14-3 at the half, be able to get a stop, get a score and that game looks a lot different at 21-3. Instead, we let them back in the game and that was disappointing when we have guys who needed to play well in those situations and we didn't."
Moore finished completing 4-of-14 passes for 40 yards and an interception late in the game as the tried to rally the Lions from a 19-17 deficit. Moore's longest completion was 16 yards and his quarterback rating was a 9.8.
Schwartz said after the game the Lions didn't give Moore the chance to do well since he was under pressure the entire time he was out there. Still, it probably wasn't the NFL debut Moore was hoping for.