Five Things the Detroit Lions Can Improve Upon During the Second Half

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Oct 26, 2014; London, UNITED KINGDOM; Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater (5) celebrates with teammates Rob Sims (67) and Travis Swanson (64) and Jordan Thompson (82) and Sam Martin (6) and Kellen Davis (89) and Riley Reiff (71) after kicking a 48-yard field goal with no time remaining against the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL International Series game at Wembley Stadium. The Lions defeated the Falcons 22-21. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Detroit Lions have enjoyed many positive elements during their 6-2 start to the season, but that doesn’t mean there’s a few things that need to be improved from the second half for success to continue.

From health to special teams to the offensive line and even coaching, there are plenty of places the Lions need to tighten the screws and clean up some obvious mistakes and deficiencies.

Here are five areas that Detroit needs to work on in the second half.