Chase Daniel is a bad in-game quarterback. His value for a franchise doesn't rest alone in what he can accomplish on the field, but it's fair to say the Detroit Lions have buyer's remorse after watching Daniel's performance against the Bucs today.

Daniel was putrid against a porous Tampa Bay secondary. After relieving an injured Matthew Stafford in the Lions' second series of the game, Daniel completed 13-of-18 passes for 86 yards and was sacked three times. He led the Lions to five total first downs and never got them in Bucs' territory.

It was so bad, he was pulled before the fourth quarter for undrafted free agent David Blough. All that against a defense that came into the game giving up 255.3 passing yards per game (24th in the NFL) and allowed opposing quarterbacks to complete 69.4 percent of their passes (30th in the NFL).