The Detroit Lions will head into Cleveland to play the Browns in a Week 6 game featuring two improving teams. Cleveland Browns tickets for this game are averaging $148, 42% above the average ticket for home Browns tickets this season and a 16% increase in the past week. Still, the $148 average is still 19% below the average price for Detroit Lions tickets on the road this season.
The Lions fell to the division rival Green Bay Packers last week 22-9. The Lions were without star wide receiver Calvin Johnson for the game, who will be a game time decision to play against the Browns. Johnson has 21 receptions for 312 yards in the four games he has played this season and is quarterback Matthew Stafford’s favorite target. His 78 yards per game is well below his 122.8 average of last season, but his four touchdowns are only one behind his 2012 total of five. Detroit will also be without second leading receiver Nate Burleson. That could leave running backs Reggie Bush and Joique Bell as the top targets in the passing game, as well as splitting the carries in the backfield.
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