The Lions had major regression in their 2012 run, a season that saw a re-energized fan base bail on their team before Thanksgiving. After battling back to 4-4 the Lions lost the last 8 games of the season as the blame and backlash fell upon the team during their free fall and at the end of the season.
Heading into next season there’s a number of things the Lions will need to do to try and capitalize off the success of 2011.
The following should though be at the top of the list of areas that need to be improved going into 2013.
1. Matthew Stafford
He was basically a 2nd year QB last season spending most of his first two years hurt. A lot of QB’s struggle in their sophomore campaign as the rest of the league adjusts which is why Stafford’s touchdown production was cut in half. However he’s a young QB with a rocket arm that isn’t scared to make throws. Not to mention he’s a true pocket passer that’s good at looking down field and overall making the offense better.
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