By the numbers: Week 2

Week 2 is in the books and the Lions got a big victory at home, 13-10, over the Los Angeles Chargers. Detroit (1-0-1) now shifts their focus to Sunday’s road matchup in Philadelphia against the Eagles (1-1).

Here’s one more look at some key numbers, good and bad, from the Lions’ Week 2 performance:

12: Interceptions for Darius Slay over the last three seasons after recording one Sunday vs. Los Angeles. His 12 are the most by a cornerback in the NFL over that span.

5: Detroit has had five accepted special teams penalties through the first two games, the most in the NFL.

8: The Lions are ranked No. 8 in the NFL in total offense. Detroit ranks 27th in total defense.

4: Detroit’s defense ranks 4th in the NFL in red zone defense (28.6 percent).

8.4: Quarterback Matthew Stafford is pushing the ball down the field in the passing game in Darrell Bevell’s new offense. Stafford's yards per attempt average is 8.4 through two weeks. He has never finished above 7.9 yards per attempt in his 10-year career.

2: Lions players currently graded among the top 10 at their position by Pro Football Focus: Guard Graham Glasgow (9th) and center Frank Ragnow (4th).

11: Stafford (102.6) is one of 11 quarterbacks in the NFL with a passer rating over 100.0 after two weeks of football. It’s a group that includes Lamar Jackson (145.2), Dak Prescott (142.9), Patrick Mahomes (136.3), Russell Wilson (134.5), Tom Brady (124.8), Marcus Mariota (112.8), Gardner Minshew (111.8), Case Keenum (111.2), Jacoby Brissett (107.8) and Jimmy Garoppolo (104.9).

181: Stafford’s consecutive passes without an interception streak ended at 181 when he threw a pick intended for wide receiver Kenny Golladay in the end zone Sunday that was picked off by Los Angeles’ Casey Hayward.

3: Lions players on defense who played every snap Sunday: Quandre Diggs, Rashaan Melvin and Tracy Walker. They each played all 67 snaps.

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