Close, but no cigar. That was the story of the Detroit Lions’ 2010 season, wasn’t it? Here was a team that was right there — a lot — but couldn’t get wins until the last month of the season. There were some moral victories. There were some curiously questionable calls (Ndamukong Suh on Jay Cutler, anyone?). There were some weird calls (take a guess what play I’m referring to). But, at the end of the day, there were only six wins.
The NFL offseason is here, which means it is time for teams to assess their needs to prepare to improve themselves for 2011 (if there is a season). With that in mind, here’s a look at what I feel about Detroit’s needs, listed from most pressing to least pressing.
While the Packers and Steelers are no strangers to playing in the Super Bowl, there are a few organizations in the NFL that have yet to acquaint themselves with all of the hoopla.
Ultra-reliable Jason Hanson was a ball of mixed emotions watching the Lions finish the season on a four-game winning streak.
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