The Detroit Lions have a lot of reasons to be optimistic heading into this season, but they need to be careful not to grow up too fast and avoid pressing the fast forward button.  The Lions are coming off one of their best NFL drafts in recent memory thanks to the absence of former Team President Matt Millen.  Following up on the selection of quarterback Matthew Stafford with the top overall pick a year ago, Detroit added All-American defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and running back Javid Best in the first round and may have very well added a couple more starters in the process.  Time will obviously tell if any of those players go on to become All-Pros and lead the Lions back to the playoffs, but right now they simply need to focus on getting a little better game by game.  Considering they have only won two games combined over the last two years, topping that number should be a goal that is certainly within reach to achieve this season.

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