The Biggest Needs the Detroit Lions Still Must Address After 2013 NFL Draft

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The Biggest Needs the Detroit Lions Still Must Address After 2013 NFL Draft
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In terms of addressing needs, the Detroit Lions hit a home run in the 2013 NFL draft. That might surprise fans who are all too familiar with general manager Martin Mayhew's proclivity for drafting the best player available, regardless of positional needs.

Mayhew would never admit he swayed from his stubborn philosophy, but he doesn't have to. It's obvious. 

Defensive end, cornerback, offensive guard, wide receiver, punter (groan). One could argue the talent of these selections all day, but one cannot argue that each of them filled a positional void. 

Yet the Lions are not done. They didn't fill all their holes in the draft.

Here are the Lions' biggest needs remaining after the NFL draft.

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