GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has no interest in talking about this year's impressive class of rookie QBs.
"I think they're pretty good, good players," Stafford said without expounding any further in the final question of his short conference call with Wisconsin media Wednesday afternoon.
With the Lions (4-8) set to travel to Green Bay this Sunday night to face the Packers (8-4), it's somewhat understandable why Stafford isn't in the mood to talk about other players' success.
Detroit's season has not gone the way that Stafford expected, especially after the Lions reached the playoffs last year for the first time since 1999.
"We were winning some of those close games (last season)," Stafford said. "The ball was bouncing our way a little bit in some of those games, and that's what it takes sometimes. At the same time, we were making some plays that we may or may not be making this year."
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