With just two games left in preseason and less than three weeks until the start of the regular season, we can begin to imagine how the next four months might play out the Detroit Lions.
There's only one small problem with that. If preseason has taught us anything in the past (especially for the Lions), it’s that you can’t put too much stock into the numbers or records from these four weeks of exhibition.
And when you consider the Lions 1-1 record after the first two weeks, it becomes even harder to speculate whether this season will live up to 2011.
But as the Lions work out the kinks during the final days of training camp and preseason, we can start to see how each positional unit is taking shape. And while anything can change during regular season, the following slides will break down which of these units should improve on last year’s performances and which might decline.