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Notes: Golden Tate believes Lions ‘starting to act like a winning organization'

Golden Tate is starting to see a turnaround in the way the Detroit Lions are run.

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  • Bob Quinn has undoubtedly changed things around in his first offseason as general manager of the Detroit Lions, and Golden Tate seems to have taken notice. Tate told The Associated Press that he sees the Lions “starting to act like a winning organization.”

  • Our frenemies at Acme Packing Company previewed the 2016 Detroit Lions, concluding “there is no reason they cannot contend again immediately so I suspect they manage to creep over .500.”

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