4. Detroit Lions 4-12
The Lions will most likely struggle in 2016. They have serious questions in their running game after an inconsistent rookie campaign from Ameer Abdullah and their passing game took a serious hit when Calvin Johnson decided to retire. The Lions made massive changes at the end of last season, but kept Jim Caldwell in place despite mediocre results.
While the Lions might be better than 4-12, it’s hard pressed to see this team any better than 6-10 and almost certainly, you can expect them to be at the bottom of the NFC North at season’s end.