The Lions are 30 minutes into their Monday night matchup with the Baltimore Ravens and are still waiting for their passing game to get on track.
Detroit trails 9-7 at the half, but it could be worse if not for solid red-zone defense and a decent rushing attack (4.7-yard average).
The Lions marched 78 yards in eight plays on their first possession of the game and took a 7-0 lead on a 14-yard run by
Stafford has looked uncomfortable at all in the pocket and is just 8-of-15 for 70 yards. He’s missed a couple easy throws in their.
Johnson hasn't helped him out much, however. He has two drops that were both drive-killers for the Lions.
Consequently, the Ravens kicked a field on each possession following the drops.
The Lions entered the game as the third-ranked passing offense in the NFL, averaging 296.9 yards per game. They have 65 passing yards in the first half.
That portion of their attack need a major jump-start in the second half.