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Lions seeking versatility, momentum change

The Lions are looking to erase the memory of their eight-game losing streak at the end of last year, with head coach Jim Schwartz focusing on several key offensive factors as they prepare to face the Vikings.

With a 4-12 record from 2012 in the rear-view mirror, the Detroit Lions are looking to establish a more versatile, protective attack on offense. The Lions already have the most productive receiver in the NFL last year, Calvin Johnson, who was the first player in NFL history to reach 1,900 yards receiving. Johnson finished with a record-setting 1,964 yards. Like Adrian Peterson leading the NFL...

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