4. Guard Jonah Jackson, third-round pick
Jackson earned a starting role a week into training camp and hasn’t looked back. He’s made two starts at left guard and two at right guard. He’s been solid as both a run blocker and pass protector in four games. He’s been credited with allowing two sacks and has two false-start penalties.
His ability to play both guard spots has been key for Detroit early on after starting left guard Joe Dahl was placed on IR with a groin injury and Halapoulivaati Vaitai was moved from right tackle to right guard. Jackson is big, tough, versatile and has fit right in upfront.
5. Guard Logan Stenberg, fourth-round pick
Stenberg has been active for only one game this season and hasn’t played a snap. The Lions liked his toughness and grit coming out of Kentucky, but knew there was going to be some work needed to refine his pass-pro…