2. Detroit Lions: T.J. Lang, Joe Dahl, Frank Ragnow, Kenny Wiggins
The Packers let go of Lang. While it saved money and let them strengthen other spots of the roster, Lang would still be a starter for the Packers today. The question from there is who starts across from Lang? Same question as the Packers.
The question has two much more promising options than the Packers, though. Frank Ragnow was a first-round pick. He may slot into center, but early reports are that Graham Glasgow is at center white Ragnow has been taking reps at guard. Nothing is in stone, of course.
Still, Glasgow was a solid option at center last season and is a more natural guard. On top of that, they drafted Ragnow in round one for a reason. He was the top center off of the board. Either option should be solid at guard.
Kenny Wiggins started all 16 games last season because of injuries. It was not pretty though. Still, as depth for the Lions, he would be a starter for the Vikings. Joe Dahl would too, and started six games last season. The depth puts this group head and shoulders over the bottom two?