The NFL regular season is still months away, but with the NFL draft behind us and organized team activities ahead, it feels a lot more like preseason than postseason.
So with that mindset, it's time to look ahead. Who won the Super Bowl last season? Who cares? Stop living in the past, there are 32 teams back in it again.
One of those teams is the Detroit Lions, and they may be more "in it" right now than they have been in more than 50 years.
The common thinking surrounding the Lions' offseason is that they haven't really improved the team—they've just broken even and maintained effectively the same team as last year's.
So how is that improvement?
Improvement doesn't always mean roster turnover. In fact, it rarely does. However, don't let me give away my entire argument on page one. Move on.