Bob Wojnowski: In chaotic NFL, can Lions actually start climbing?

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DETROIT — It’s been topsy, turvy and even a little tipsy. Halfway through the season, the Lions have revealed all sides of who they are, and a few interesting signs of who they can be. They’re 3-6 and on a two-game winning streak for the first time in two-plus years. Their offense and defense take turns rising and falling. They’re emblematic of a crazy NFL season that has taken the ol’ On-Any-Given-Sunday-Monday-Thursday trope to higher levels. The league is on a record pace for one-possession outcomes (margins of eight points or less), including the Lions’ 31-30 victory at Chicago. We live in…

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