With the Detroit Lions sitting at 0-2 all by their lonesome in the NFC North http://www.lionscheapstore.com/tavon-wilson-jersey-cheap , there are a lot of things to be concerned about. Why hasn’t the team looked more prepared out of training camp? What’s going on with Matthew Stafford? Is there a running back in this league that the Lions can stop? It’s been an ugly couple of weeks, and Lions fans are feeling it. Fan confidence is at a low, and the signs are everywhere. Earlier in the week, we saw Bob Quinn’s approval rating drop from 89 percent in May to just 26 percent this week. Now, let’s take a look at this week’s FanPulse results.Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse, a survey of fans across the NFL powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week Cheap Marvin Jones Jr Jersey , we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. Lions fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.Yikes. At this point, a mere 18 percent of Lions fans are confident in the team’s direction. Only the Cardinals (three percent) and Giants (16 percent) have lower fan confidence. Perhaps most interesting is not how low confidence is among Lions fans right now—obviously the team has looked bad thus far and an 0-2 start is well below expectations—but heading into the season, Lions fans had the lowest confidence of any fan base. Just 68 percent of fans were at least “somewhat confident” in the team’s direction heading into Week 1. For reference, the average confidence level was at 91.1 percent for the rest of the team blogs. The closest to the Lions’ low confidence was Hogs Haven (Washington, 76 percent) http://www.lionscheapstore.com/sam-martin-jersey-cheap , The Phinsider (Dolphins, 80 percent) and Silver and Black Pride (Raiders, 82). Of course, considering how flat the Lions came out in the preseason, that’s not completely surprising, but still Youth Graham Glasgow Jersey , you’d think coming off a 9-7 season with a brand new head coach would be enough to keep Lions fans’ spirits higher than at least one other franchise. Still, the Lions’ play through two weeks has only verified fans’ skepticism. We’ll see if this week’s game against the Patriots changes any minds. Just a couple months ago, Detroit Lions fans were questioning whether general manager Bob Quinn had the chops to make it in the NFL. To their credit, there were plenty of reasons for skepticism. A’Shawn Robinson had not progressed and was benched in the season opener, Jarrad Davis was trending towards “bust” status, and Teez Tabor barely played in the first month of the season. Quinn’s draft history—especially that 2017 class—was starting to look suspect. He pulled in just a 26 percent approval rating in September. Now things look quite different. Robinson is back to starter status and looks much better http://www.lionscheapstore.com/glover-quin-jersey-cheap , Tabor is getting some playing time, and Davis is coming off the best game of his career. Oh, and Michael Roberts just had his first two-touchdown game of his career.But where Quinn has shined the most thus far is with this rookie class. The Lions are getting a ton of production from their top four picks, and each have already seemed to live up to their draft status. So today’s Question of the Day is:Which 2018 draft pick has been the Lions’ best so far?