Analysis: Bolstering roster's biggest strength might be Lions' best move in draft

Justin Rogers
The Detroit News

As the days tick down to the NFL Draft, and the Detroit Lions prepare to add a new set of building blocks to the foundation being laid by the franchise's new regime, we've been weighing the fits of different prospects at the top of the class. 

We've discussed the quarterbacks, the starting point for any successful NFL team. And while the Lions don't appear to be in the immediate market after acquiring Jared Goff, the 26-year-old former No. 1 pick who has four years remaining on his contract, the possibility can't be ignored. 

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