Do the Lions have any stars on their roster?
Not a single Lion cracked Prisco's rankings. Not Matthew Stafford, not Kenny Golladay, not Trey Flowers. Only two other teams -- the Redskins and Dolphins -- were shut out.
"(Assembling) the list is challenging," Prisco writes. "Where do you spot good players who had bad seasons? Where do you place injured players coming back or young players on the move?"
That's a good question, Pete.
Golladay led the NFL in touchdowns and ranked seventh in receiving yards last season, but there's 15 wide receivers ranked ahead of him. Cooper Kupp? D.J. Chark? With all due respect to those two, and to Prisco, that's not right.
Look, we're not saying the Lions are loaded with stars. They won three games last season. They won six the year before. They're not exactly bursting at the seams with talent.
But to suggest they don't have a single player among the top 100? That's a bit much.
Meanwhile, the Packers placed seven players on the list, and the Vikings placed six. Maybe Prisco just has it out for Detroit.
While ranking Slay No. 96, he writes, "He wasn't as good as his reputation for the Lions last season."