The team that came last in their respectful division that will make playoffs is the Detroit Lions. After coming off of a strong season in 2011, the Lions fell apart in 2012, ending the season with a 4-12 record. The Lions will come back and possibly make playoffs this year because of all of the great moves they have made this off season. Mikel Leshoure put together an overall pretty good season, but he is not Adrian Peterson or even Alfred Morris. The Lions have solved that problem by signing the best free agent running back on the market, Reggie Bush. Bush, with the help of Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson, has the potential to have a 1,500+ yards rushing season and will definitely enhance the Lions running game. The Lions also signed Glover Quinn, a defensive player to go along with Ndamokung Suh. Last year, Quinn played well with the Texans and has the potential to be a Pro-Bowl safety with the Lions. Even though they are underdogs, I think that the Lions have the potential to win 10 games this season and make it to the playoffs.