The Detroit Lions' offseason has been fraught with ups and downs.
The exact balance of these things is debatable, but it's hard to find a reason to think things are worse than they have been.
Still, there is perhaps no such thing as a "perfect" offseason, and so even though the Lions have done a good job completing their stated goals in 2012, there are still issues.
These may not be the issues you think they are (hint: one of the worst moves is not "failing to take a cornerback in the second round"), and in many cases, they are relative speed bumps, not catastrophic failures.
But for the sake of parity, I have chosen five of the best and five of the worst moves (or non-moves) of the Lions' 2012 offseason.
You can make your own decisions regarding whether the good outweighs the bad, and I won't influence your decision on that.
But just so you know, there is a right answer on this.