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Detroit Lions receivers Golden Tate and Marvin Jones will no doubt be favorite targets for Matt Stafford in 2016. Plus, running backs Joique Bell and Ameer Abdullah expect to carry the ball more this season to balance the Lions offense. Will this be the year the Lions break through for another deep run in the playoffs? You can find out firsthand with seats at one of the premier NFL venues! Don’t miss out on all the action and excitement at Ford Field—grab your Detroit Lions tickets today!
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Despite losing a key game to end the regular season against the Green Bay Packers, the Detroit Lions are headed to the NFL playoffs as the No. 6 seed. Detroit will face No. 3 seed Seattle on the road this Saturday. The Lions went 9-7 on the season but ended the season with three straight losses. At one point, it looked as though Detroit had all but clinched the NFC North, but the late-season skid doomed the team. Still, the Lions reached the postseason for the second time in three years. The last time the club made the playoffs was in the 2014 season when it lost at Dallas in the Wild Card round 24-20.
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The stakes couldn’t be higher to end the regular season for the Detroit Lions. The final game on New Year’s Day not only pits Detroit against longtime rival Green Bay, but it will be a winner-take-all affair. Both teams come into the regular season finale with a 9-6 record atop the NFC North. The winner will secure the division title and the final NFC playoff berth. The two teams are headed in different directions, however. Detroit has lost two straight, including last week’s 42-21 loss at Dallas. Meanwhile, Green Bay is on fire, having won five in a row. At one time, Green Bay was just 4-6. The two teams met earlier this season, with Detroit winning 34-27 in Green Bay.

The Detroit Lions are closing in an NFC North title, though their hopes took a bit of a hit last week in a 17-6 loss to the New York Giants. The Lions are now 9-5, a game ahead of the 8-6 of the Green Bay Packers. The division race may come down to the wire, though a Lions’ win in their next game at Dallas on Dec. 26 and a Green Bay loss. A huge showdown looms on New Year’s Day when the Lions host the Packers for what could be for the division championship. Last week’s loss to the Giants was frustrating for the Lions’ offense. Detroit failed to reach the end zone despite gaining 324 yards.

With a critical division matchup on tap this Sunday, the Detroit Lions are in prime position to win the NFC North. The Lions have had a long dry spell in winning championships, as the franchise hasn’t seen a division title since 1993 when the Lions won the now-defunct NFC Central. However, at 8-4, the Lions own a two-game lead over Minnesota and Green Bay atop the division. Last week, the Lions won their fourth game in a row by winning at New Orleans 28-13. Mathew Stafford threw for 337 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the victory. This Sunday, Detroit hopes to maintain their cushion at the top of the NFC North standings when it faces Chicago.

Thanksgiving Day and Detroit Lions football go hand in hand, and the Lions made it five straight Turkey Day victories by upending division rival Minnesota 16-13. The Lions relied on the foot of placekicker Matt Prater to deliver the holiday victory. Prater kicked three field goals, including the game winner from 40 yards with no time remaining. The converted kick broke a 13-13 tie and pushed the Lions’ record to 7-4. The victory was critical, as it put the Lions a full game ahead of the Vikings for the division lead. Detroit looks to maintain their first-place standing Dec. 4 when it travels to New Orleans to take on the Saints.

The Detroit Lions had an explosively exciting game against the Minnesota Vikings on November 6. The Lions were up on the Vikings when the first half ended in the Lions favor by seven points. However, the Vikings fought back during the third and fourth quarter, enough to send both teams into overtime to fight it out. With 8:21 seconds remaining in overtime, Matthew Stafford for the Lions, threw a 28-yard touchdown to Golden Tate for the win. This was the perfect way for the Lions to head into their bye week. See them play live next on November 20 when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. Tickets are still available, so purchase them today.

Despite the return of starters Theo Riddick and Eric Ebron, questionable play calling and an off night for Matthew Stafford cost the Detroit Lions Sunday night. The halt to their three-game winning streak came at the hands of the Houston Texans, who currently sit at the top of the AFC South. Down by two touchdowns, Stafford led the Lions on a drive that resulted in a touchdown pass caught by Riddick, but the last-minute comeback was not enough. At 4-4, Detroit looks to tip things back in their favor this week as they head to Minnesota to face the Vikings, a team which is looking to halt a stumble of their own. Tickets for Sunday’s game (Nov. 6) can be purchased today for $115 and up.

What’s in the water in the Motor City? The Detroit Lions have completely turned a scorner since their three-loss streak at the beginning of the season. Now, Matt Stafford and the pride have three back-to-back wins under their belts. The most recent victory was a hard fought battle against the Washington Redskins, who threatened to send the Lions home as losers in the fourth quarter. Detroit came charging back at the end of the game, however, to take home the win 20 - 17. Stafford and the Lions are now on a two-game road trip. They will return to Ford Field on Sunday, November 20, for a meeting with the Jaguars. Tickets are $33 and up.

The Detroit Lions managed to eek out a win when they narrowly beat the Rams 31-28 on October 16. It was a back-and-forth game, with the teams heading into the fourth quarter tied 21-21, each scoring a touchdown per quarter. During the fourth quarter, each team again had a touchdown to keep things tied. Then, Matt Prater scored a 24-yard field goal with a minute and half left to get the Lions in the lead. Rafael Bush intercepted a pass two plays later to ensure that the Lions would win. The win evens out their record at 3-3 so far this season. The Lions host the Redskins on October 23. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $25.

The Detroit Lions put on a great performance in Sunday night’s game and got a win over the Philadelphia Eagles. The night was not without controversy, however, and this time it came in the form of the officiators. At one point in the game, an offensive penalty flag was thrown on Philadelphia’s Devin Taylor, who was on the field playing defense at the time. Despite the bad calls, the Lions were able to take advantage of the Eagles’ subpar defense in the first half and two turnovers in the last two possessions. Up next, Detroit hosts the Los Angeles Rams at Ford Field this Sunday, Oct. 16. Get tickets today for $17 and up.

Those pesky yellow flags have been a big issue so far this season for the Detroit Lions. What normally are mostly just a nuisance have become a huge problem for the Lions, who have more penalty yards than offensive rushing yards. With at least ten calls against them in the first four games, Detroit has forfeited 370 total yards so far this season. In Week 5, the Lions face the undefeated Eagles, and losing first downs, touchdowns and extending defensive drives due to penalties simply cannot happen. According to Coach Jim Caldwell, accountability is the key to fixing the problem. Tickets for Sunday’s game at Ford Field in Detroit are on sale now starting at just $22.

The Detroit Lions have now slid to 1 - 2 overall after two devastating back-to-back losses. On September 18, the Lions were unable to mount a comeback against the visiting Tennessee Titans, who won 16 - 15. Then, last weekend, Detroit was forced to face its bitter rivals the Green Bay Packers on the road at Lambeau Field. The Lions lost by just one touchdown, which is fairly impressive against scoring-machine Aaron Rodgers. Now, they will stay on the road to take on the Chicago Bears this Sunday before returning to Ford Field to host the Philadelphia Eagles on October 9. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for $37.

The Detroit Lions narrowly lost in their home opener to the Titans on Sunday, with a final score of 16-15. The Lions had the lead heading into the forth quarter. However, they let the Titans get 13 points to take the lead and win the game in the final minutes of the game. In their final attempt in a drive for a goal, Matthew Stafford threw an interception. During the game, he completed 22 of 40 passes for a total of 260 yards and just one touchdown. The Lions next head to Green Bay to play the Packers on September 25. Tickets remain available to catch all the action in person, with prices starting at $24.

The Detroit Lions overtook Indianapolis Sunday night for their first win in Week 1 of the NFL regular season. After missing almost the entire season in 2015-2016, DeAndre Levy was back and played a full game against the Colts. After the game, Levy stated that although he felt rusty from being off the field for so long, he was happy he was able to break up a pass and make four tackles. The bad news this week is that, as of Wednesday’s practice, Levy is back on the injured list for unknown reasons. The Detroit Lions might be taking on the Tennessee Titans without him this Sunday, Sept. 18. Get tickets now—our prices start at only $26 each! The Detroit Lions open their 2016 season with a game against the Indianapolis Colts in Indiana on September 11. In the final days before the start of the season, the Lions signed Chase Farris to the practice squad. Farris was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent and played in three of the preseason games this year. The Lions chose to release George Winn. Earlier this week, the team got the roster down to the NFL-mandated 53 player roster, waiving 19 players and releasing two more. They also placed Andrew Quarless on the reserve/suspended lists. The vested veterans who were released were Darrin Walls and Lemuel Jeanpierre. Tickets for the opening game are still available for prices starting t $24.

The Detroit Lions are coming back from a season last year that could easily be deemed as unsuccessful. The Lions didn’t even come close to making it into the playoffs. This year, the favorite team in the NFC North was the Minnesota Vikings until this week. Unfortunately for the Vikings, their star quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater suffered a serious knee injury during a practice on Tuesday. This mishap can only be good news for the Lions as it gives them an easier path to possible playoff opportunities. See what the Lions can pull together when they start their season on September 1 against the Buffalo Bills. Get your tickets today for any game this season fro Razorgator.

The Detroit Lions head to Baltimore this week, where they will square off against the Ravens in the third game of preseason. This week is considered the dress rehearsal for regular season, as most starting players will return to the field for significant game time. For Detroit, that includes starting quarterback Matt Stafford. One player who will be missing, however, is legendary wide receiver Calvin Johnson. The star announced his retirement at the end of last season. Instead, look for running back Ameer Abdullah to make a big splash. Catch the Lions when they return home on Thursday, September 1 to host the Buffalo Bills. Tickets are available for $3 and up.

The Detroit Lions are set to face the Cincinnati Bengals tonight, and fans can hardly wait to see what adjustments have been made since the last preseason game. Detroit’s offensive line should be particularly exciting to watch, as the unit only played one series last week. Watch players Laken Tomlinson, Travis Swanson, Taylor Decker, Riley Reiff, and Larry Warford to make a big impact this week. Fans can catch the Lions against the visiting Buffalo Bills on Thursday, September 1, which is the final preliminary game at Ford Field before the regular season kicks off in mid-September. Tickets to that matchup are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at $3.

The Detroit Lions didn't have the season they were hoping for last year. The team had an extremely rough start, which held them from even coming close to making it into the playoffs. So during the offseason, the team had made some serious changes and added some veterans to their offense including tightend, Andrew Quarless. Quarless has been given a two game suspension due to violating the league's personal conduct policy. The Lions have talked thoroughly with the tight end and still feel like he is the proper fit for the team regardless of the violation. Purchase your tickets today for one game or the entire season today before it's too late. Tickets are still available.

The retirement of Calvin Johnson leaves many fans wondering where the Detroit Lions will find their offensive production. The answer will likely be found in a variety of places, as the roster has plenty of talent that had been previously overshadowed by the incomparable Megatron. Golden Tate has the ability to be a number one receiver and Ameer Abdullah has all the makings of a solid every-down back. The offense will face a tough test when the Cincinnati Bengals come to Ford Field on August 18 for the Lions’ first preseason home game. This will be a chance for both teams to face off against potential playoff contenders, and fans can get tickets starting as low as $5.

NFL training camp is in full swing, and the Detroit Lions have their work cut out for them in order to be prepared for their Aug. 12 opener in Pittsburgh. The Lions have ten rookies, and getting them ready will be no small job for team coaches and managers. DeAndre Levy is also getting a lot of attention this offseason as fans wonder if he’ll suit up this fall. Though he is coming off an injury, he has participated in all the team happenings so far, which is a good sign. While a lot needs to happen before the season gets underway, Aug. 12 will be here before you know it. Detroit plays its opener at Ford Field on Thursday, Aug. 18, against the Bengals. Get tickets now for only $6!
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