The Detroit Lions entered this offseason knowing they need to turn their 3-12-1 team from last year into a playoff contender in 2020. A healthy quarterback under center in Matthew Stafford would certainly help. And to keep the 32-year old passer upright, the Lions have made several investments into their offensive line in recent years.
Since taking over as general manager in 2016, Bob Quinn has used two first-round selections on offensive linemen. Those players being starting left tackle Taylor Decker and center Frank Ragnow. In 2017, Quinn signed two high-profile free agents in right guard T.