Prior to actually watching the replay of Sunday’s loss at U.S. Bank Stadium, a few film review topics like the run defense with Damon Harrison Jr. or the performance by the wide receiver corps without Golden Tate seemed like they could be interesting stories to follow. However, once the tape began rolling, something jumped off the screen that had not been specifically addressed by our other writers at Pride of Detroit yet: Taylor Decker’s ineffectiveness throughout the entire game.
Now, others have spoken to the poor performance of the offensive line overall in the road loss—our own Jeremy Reisman had a detailed analysis of the record 10 sacks taken by Matthew Stafford—but what happened at left tackle went beyond mere sacks or even pressure on the passer.

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