Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:Detroit at best is the 3rd best team in that division. Years upon years of futility (with Barry Sanders no less) aren't going to change with the signing of Tai Streets, Damien Woody, and Fernando Bryant. I agree the lions should be better next year, but their record will not be much improved. I see a 6-10 season at best.
I wasn't really looking for any reality-based opinions in this thread!
I'll get my fill of Lions' reality once the season starts.
They are also talking with Lynch, but I see that as being unlikely. If they can grab Taylor in the draft, again unlikely, their secondary will be strong. As for RBs: Hearst, Stewart, or Zereoue are being mentioned. I would like to see them go after Betts or even offer Philly a #4 pick for Buckhalter. But they will probably sign Hearst or Stewart and hope Pinner can run.