Breaking Down Matthew Stafford's Form at NFL's Midseason Mark

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Breaking Down Matthew Stafford's Form at NFL's Midseason Mark

Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is underperforming through six games, and there is enough evidence to be able to break down his form coming into the middle part of the 2012 regular season. Stafford is clearly not the same quarterback from last year, and it leads to questions about what he is or isn’t doing this season.

Stafford threw for over 5,000 yards in 2011 to go along with 41 touchdowns. However, that is the past, and the Lions don’t look explosive on any level like they were last year. Was last year an anomaly? Was last year a black swan because the players were locked out and defenses could not keep up with the offenses? 

The only thing that can answer those questions is time. However, we can look at Stafford’s problems so far in the 2012 season. Let’s look at the biggest problems in Stafford’s game entering the midway point of the season.

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