After the disaster in the desert on Sunday it's clear the Detroit Lions' have their work cut out for them this offseason. They made an inferior Arizona Cardinals team look like world beaters and proved that they have a long way to go, and many problems to fix, before they can consider themselves playoff ready.
Matthew Stafford deserves the majority of blame for that loss, yet he represents the only position the Lions won't look to either upgrade or add depth to this offseason.
Every other position is fair game.
The Lions have over 20 players that will become free agents this summer so there will certainly be opportunity for change.
It's a slippery slope though. General manager, Martin Mayhew, must make the right decisions about who to keep and who to let go. He also must select players in the draft that can fill those holes and make an impact in 2013.
Like Riley Reiff and Ryan Broyles did this year.
Here's how the Lions can address their biggest problems in seven rounds.