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Week 3 vs. MIN
Rushing: 1 / 21 / 0
Logan is a second year RB/WR type player that saw action due to injuries at RB and WR. He was mainly used in punt and kickoff returns, and his lack of concentration on a punt in the first quarter cost the Lions a touchdown. Logan took his eyes off the punt and when he looked up again, he couldn't find the ball until it almost hit the ground. He fumbled, and the Vikings recovered. They scored on the next play. Logan saw action mostly as a decoy, going in motion like he was going to take an end-around but it was a fake for an RB dive. He had a nice run early in the second quarter where he took an end around, made a few defenders miss and broke into the open field for a big 21 yard gain. He could be described as a poor man's Percy Harvin, but could see extended playing time with injuries the Detroit WR and RB.
Week 4 vs. GB
Receiving: 0 / 0 / 0 on 1 targets
Logan did not see much action on offense in this game. However, he was involved in one potentially big play where he motioned behind Calvin Johnson before the snap. When the play started, Johnson broke down the field, drawing the defense away from the line of scrimmage. Logan broke back for a quick dump-off but the pass was thrown too hard and it went through his hands. Had he come up with the reception, Johnson had cleared out all defenders for at least five yards. Instead, the ball skipped off Logan's hands and was almost picked off.
Week 14 vs. GB
Rushing: 5 / 30 / 0
Logan is a fast, little guy, an electric runner in the mould of Darren Sproles. With fewer carries than Best and Morris, he still was the most dangerous back for Detroit. The problem is that he never seemed to be on the field for two plays in a row and so each time he carried the ball, he would provide a little spark, but then it would figuratively fizzle as he was replaced by another runner.
Week 16 vs. MIA
Rushing: 1 / -1 / 0
Logan was used more on punt and kick returns and as an offensive decoy. The Lions would bring him in motion, fake to him and then either handoff the other way or play action to a pass down the field. His one carry was a pitch where he tried to get to the outside and was chased down by the defense for a one yard loss.
Week 17 vs. MIN
Rushing: 1 / 12 / 0
Logan was used more on special teams and as an offensive decoy more than anything else in this game. His only touch came on the opening drive. Logan lined up in the backfield and Shaun Hill pitched the ball to him after the snap. Logan was able to get to the edge and burst up field for a nice 12 yard run.