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TIM AND MIKE: Week 16 observations

Glover’s impact: Most of safety Glover Quin’s teammates are aware that Sunday’s game might have been his last at Ford Field. Retirement is a serious consideration. The respect for Quin was apparent in the way linebacker Jarrad Davis spoke of him after the game, saying: “He showed me a lot. He showed a lot of teammates a lot – not only on being a great football player but being a great man.” – Mike O’Hara

North shuffle at top: A different team will finish first in the NFC North for the fifth straight season, as follows: 2014, Packers; 2015, Vikings; 2016, Packers; 2017, Vikings; 2018, Bears. No team has come from a deeper hole than the Bears to win the North. They had four straight seasons of last-place finishes with double-digit losses: 5-11, 6-10, 3-13 and 5-11 from 2014-17. – Mike O’Hara

Looking to draft: The Lions currently hold the No. 5 pick in next year’s NFL Draft with their 5-10 record. Detroit can potentially move as far up to No. 2 depending on what happens Monday night and in Week 17 around the NFL. – Tim Twentyman

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