Detroit Lions' Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 NFL Draft

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Detroit Lions' Top Needs and Fits in the 2014 NFL Draft
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The Detroit Lions scored paydirt in the 2013 NFL draft, starting at the top with Ezekiel Ansah. General manager Martin Mayhew and his staff tabbed three immediate starters in Ansah, Larry Warford and punter Sam Martin. 

They also selected two significant contributors in Darius Slay and Devin Taylor, both of whom will challenge for starting roles in 2014. 

Even better, two undrafted free agents not only made the team but thrived. Joseph Fauria and LaAdrian Waddle are projected starters in 2014 after going undrafted in 2013. 

Mayhew and his team are now prepping furiously for the 2014 NFL draft. Here are a few players they should consider at several positions of need. 

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