Will the Detroit Lions Be the Most Improved Team in 2010?

June 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Detroit is in a state of transition, from a bottom-dwelling franchise to a team on the rise.
Gone are the days of Matt Millen and a string of coaches unable to see the forest for the trees.
Gone are the days of taking luxury WR selections in the first round of the draft when more important positions were needed to be competitive in Detroit.
To say the day the Ford family finally wised up and realized Matt Millen was running their team into the ground was an epiphany would be a huge understatement. 
Still, some Lions fans think a team owned by the Ford family will never win a championship, and to that I say, “Nonsense.” Team owners have varying amounts of input, but since Millen left town it’s obvious that Martin Mayhew has all the control he needs to restructure this team into a winning franchise.
Two years ago the rebuilding process began, starting with the Roy Williams trade to Dallas. The Cowboys are owned by Jerry Jones, arguably the ...

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