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Previewing the 2014 Detroit Lions Schedule Release

The Detroit Lions weren’t quite good enough in 2013, as another missed bid for the playoffs ended head coach Jim Schwartz’s tenure and brought in the offensive-minded Jim Caldwell. Caldwell leads a more balanced approach and with the Lions still fairly stacked on both sides of the ball, he will try to right the ship […]

Lions At Browns Ticket Price Preview

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% […]

Detroit Lions Ticket Outlook for 2013

The Lions followed their 2011 playoff run with a dismal 2012 showing, going 4-12 and suffering a few excruciating losses, including Andrew Luck’s touchdown on the final play of the game and Jim Schwartz’s infamous challenge flag on Thanksgiving day.  Despite that, Lions fans remain excited for the 2013 season, as ticket prices on the […]

Lions In No Mood to Give Up Home Game

The Rams have cleared a path to play at least one home game in London, which is likely just fine with the Lions, who like their home-field advantage and are not interested in playing a home game overseas. In a conference call with season-ticket holders last week, Lions president Tom Lewand said that the fans […]

Lions See a Big Increase in Season-Ticket Sales

Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News reports the combination of a four-game win streak to close the 2010 season and no raise in ticket prices for 2011 has spurred a “significant” increase in season-ticket sales for the upcoming season, according to team president Tom Lewand. “We are significantly ahead of where we were last year […]

Lions sell out Thanksgiving Day game vs Pats

Tom Kowalski of Mlive.com reports the Lions sold out the Thankgsiving Day game against the New England Patriots and the local television blackout has been lifted.

Lions-Redskins blacked out locally

The fans in Detroit don’t seem to be too excited about A: the return of Matthew Stafford, and B: watching the Redskins. With that, the game Sunday is blacked out locally, meaning that fans will have to find somewhere to watch the game if they want to see Stafford’s return, or buy tickets on their […]

Rams game for Sunday a sellout

The matchup Sunday at home against the Rams have sold enough tickets to be televised locally. The team announced Friday that Sunday’s sellout was completed after Gardner-White Furniture bought 800 tickets. The game will air live in the Detroit, Lansing, Saginaw-Flint and Toledo, Ohio, markets. Lions President Tom Lewand said fans purchased a “significant portion” […]