One of the prime points of conversation in Lions land all summer was the backup QB position.

The camp battle between David Blough and Tim Boyle was captivating

because neither has really done much to show they should have the job.

Boyle was cut after a brutal preseason finale.

Lions GM Brad Holmes had brought back both Boyle and Blough as free agents this offseason.

Holmes eschewed addressing the spot with a more proven veteran, a more promising youngster or a developmental draft pick.

In his press conference this week, Holmes was asked about the backup QB decisions he made.

Holmes acknowledged there were some different ways the Lions could have handled the backup QB situation.

he seems content with acquiring Nate Sudfeld and dumping both Blough and Boyle.

Blough signed to the Vikings practice squad after being dumped by the Lions.