QB - DET
Week 7 Outlook
David Blough completed 12 of 29 pass attempts for 122 yards and an interception, adding two carries for 11 yards and a 19-yard touchdown reception in the Lions’ 23-20 loss to the Packers on Sunday.
After a strong Thanksgiving debut, Blough finished the year with a string of poor performances. He did manage a touchdown reception on a trick play. To be fair, the undrafted rookie wasn't given much help on either side of the ball. He'll presumably head back to the bench in 2020 when Matt Stafford is ready to go.
David Blough completed 12 of 24 pass attempts for 117 yards and a touchdown in the Lions’ 27-17 loss to the Broncos on Sunday.
The undrafted rookie has gone off the rails as the Lions continue their late-season spiral. Though he didn’t commit a turnover, Blough barely eclipsed five yards per attempt in this one, adding no additional contributions with his legs. He’ll finish the season against a Green Bay team competing for seeding in the NFC, and Blough won’t have an easy time in Week 17.
David Blough completed 24 of 43 pass attempts for 260 yards and two INTs, adding five carries for 19 yards in the Lions’ 38-17 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Blough had another tough afternoon, failing to get into the scoring column while turning the ball over twice. In three starts, he's gone for 745 yards with a 3/5 TD/INT ratio, making him a tough sell as a playable fantasy quarterback. He'll take on a tough Denver defense in Week 16.
David Blough completed 24 of 40 pass attempts for 205 yards, one TD and two INTs in the Lions’ 20-7 loss to the Vikings on Sunday.
Blough floundered in his second start, accounting for just over five yards per pass attempt against Minnesota and throwing two interceptions. He should have an easier time next week against a soft Buccaneers secondary that just surrendered 35 points to Jacoby Brissett and the Colts.
David Blough completed 22 of 38 pass attempts for 280 yards, two TDs and a pick, adding a one-yard carry in the Lions’ 24-20 loss to the Bears on Thanksgiving.
Not bad for an undrafted rookie in his first start, right? The former Boilermaker had a productive night against the Bears and kept the team in the game until an interception on the final drive ended it. If Jeff Driskel remains sidelined in Week 14, Blough would start on the road against Minnesota and would not be a recommended play.