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The Lions, originally based out of Portsmith Ohio and then called the Spartans, first began play in 1929. A year later they joined the NFL formally, as the great depression made it all but impossible for independent teams to remain in operation. It was not until 1934 that the team was purchased and moved to their new home in the Motor City, allowing fans their first opportunity to purchase Detroit Lions tickets and enjoy the team's first home game in the city. 1957 was the last chance holders of Detroit Lions tickets has the chance to watch the team win an NFL Championship, as the Lions then began to suffer through the second longest championship drought in NFL history, behind the Arizona Cardinals. Detroit Lions tickets have given fans the chance to cheer the team on to four NFL championships, but it seems such opportunities remained confined to the past, as the Lions continue to struggle to improve their performance. One of just four other current NFL teams that have never qualified for a spot in the Super Bowl, things got worse for fans in 2008 when purchase of Detroit Lions tickets failed to give fans a chance to see a win during the regular season, making the Lions the only team to ever lose all 16 games of the regular season.

Detroit Lions tickets give fans access to the $430 million facility that first hosted the team's home games in November of 1999. A 65,000 seat capacity that can be expanded another 5,000 when there is demand for it, Ford Field was constructed to incorporate a six story warehouse that was itself built in the 1920's. This feature allowed the stadium to pioneer a seating arrangement that was unique at the time, with the majority of suites being located within the warehouse itself, situated on the south side of the sidelines. Detroit Lions tickets that allow access to the regular seats, suites and the lounges that serve to be used of as the premium club seating give fans the chance to see a historic piece of a much older Detroit when they attend a home games. With Detroit Lions tickets failing to treat fans to a win throughout the entire 2008 season, and with the following season bring a record of just 2-14 the team's success seemed to mirror that of the region's economic woes during the second half of the 2000s. Further insults to fans took the form of broadcast blackouts, as many local broadcasters failed to televise Lions games, Meaning many fans has no choice but to purchase Detroit Lions tickets if they wished to see the game. These blackouts began in October of 2008, during a season that failed to produce sellout games for the first time in 50 regular season home games. Even when the Lions broke their losing streak with a win over the Washington Redskins in 2009, fans still had to suffer from a local broadcast blackout. The future of the team remains to be seen, with fans lending their effort and support in the hopes that the Lions are able to enjoy better luck in seasons to come.

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4-18-14: Jim Caldwell takes over the Detroit Lions in 2014, who get their preseason schedule started off with a home game against the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland should be a fairly easy matchup for Matthew Stafford and co. to get adjusted as they try to get back to the playoffs in 2014. Week two should have the Detroit starters hit the field a bit more, as they head to Oakland to take on the Raiders. The Lions starters should see even more playing time in week three, as they have their third cakewalk matchup of the preseason as the Jacksonville Jaguars come to town. Week four marks an end to Detroit’s preseason schedule, as they head to Buffalo to take on the Bills. While the matchups aren’t the toughest on paper, Detroit could end up benefiting from earning some preseason wins to build their confidence as they prepare for the regular season.

4-7-14: Detroit did well to get wide receiver Calvin Johnson a running mate at the start of free agency, stealing Golden Tate away from the Seattle Seahawks. To keep the offense humming, the Lions made sure to hold onto starting tight end Brandon Pettigrew, while also retaining center Dominic Raiola. On defense, the Lions lost starting safety Louis Delmas, but was at least able to bring in another body in James Ihedigbo to compete for the open spot. The Lions still have questions in their secondary and could add another wide receiver in the 2014 NFL Draft.

3-21-14: The Detroit Lions are one of many teams completely starting over in 2013, as they moved on from head coach Jim Schwartz and are now under the guidance of the offensive minded Jim Caldwell. Caldwell made sure to right some wrongs early in free agency, as he grabbed former Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate off the open market, ensuring Calvin Johnson would have a little more help on offense in 2014. The Lions also kept some solid in-house talent, holding onto starting tight end Brandon Pettigrew on a long-term deal, while also offering a tender to running back Joique Bell. The team also cut ties with safety Louis Delmas and lost a little depth on their defensive line with Israel Idonije jetting for Chicago, creating a couple extra holes for the Lions to focus on during the draft.

12-31-13: Already eliminated from playoff contention, the Lions couldn’t manage to end their season on a high note, as they blew a late 13-7 lead and fell to the Vikings in Minnesota, 14-13. Matthew Stafford managed to take care of the football in this one, but just couldn’t generate enough offense with number one wide receiver Calvin Johnson sidelined with a knee injury.

12-24-13: A week after the Lions suffered a horrifying home loss, they experienced another. Despite leading 20-13 on their home field with under five minutes remaining, the Lions decided to keep throwing the ball. Matthew Stafford ended up throwing an interception that was returned for a touchdown and the Lions went on to drop this one in overtime to the New York Giants, 23-20. The loss eliminated the Lions from playoff contention.

12-17-13: Matthew Stafford’s fourth quarter struggles continued and the Baltimore Ravens’ field goals were better than Detroit’s touchdowns in a heart-breaking 18-16 loss. Stafford got the Lions into the lead late on a solid drive, but couldn’t finish the comeback after Baltimore’s Justin Tucker nailed a 61-yard field goal to retake the lead.

12-10-13: Everyone on the Eagles and Lions had to deal with ridiculous snow and wins in week 14, but only Matthew Stafford seemed to really have a tough time with it. Stafford struggled mightily all day, completing just 40% of his passes and fumbling five times (losing one). Stafford’s ineptitude helped waste an early 14-0 lead for the Lions, who loosened their grip of first place in the NFC North with the 34-20 road loss.

12-3-13: Matthew Stafford and Reggie Bush combined for four turnovers to help make this a game early. However, both recovered and combined for four touchdowns to help offset their miscues in a massive 40-10 home blowout win over visiting NFC North rivals, the Green Bay Packers.

11-26-13: Matthew Stafford is arguably the reason the Lions stood a chance at home in a 24-21 loss to the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week 12, as he tossed three touchdowns and nearly hit 300 yards passing. But he was also easily the reason they lost, as he couldn’t take care of the football, throwing four picks - one of which got returned for a touchdown.

11-19-13: Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson were on their way to history in week 11, and both were on pace for single-game yardage performances for the record books. Their hot starts had the Lions overcoming an early deficit and looking nearly unstoppable with a half-time lead. However, Johnson wouldn’t catch a single pass in the second half as Detroit fell apart and fell to the Steelers in Pittsburgh, 37-27.

11-12-13: Matthew Stafford tossed three touchdowns (two to Calvin Johnson) and Reggie Bush topped 100 yards on the ground, as Detroit hung on for a tight win against the division rival Chicago Bears in week 10, 21-19. The win gave the Lions, who stopped a two-point conversion late that would have sent the game into overtime, sole possession of first place in the NFC North.

10-30-13: The Dallas Cowboys simply had no answer for Calvin Johnson in week eight, who went for an insane 329 yards and a touchdown on 14 receptions in a crazy 31-30 home win for Detroit. It wasn’t all gravy at first, though, as the Lions were down by 10 with just over six minutes to go, and needed a heroic touchdown drive by Matthew Stafford to lift them to 5-3 on the year.

10-22-13: The Detroit Lions lost their stranglehold on the NFC North in week seven, as they dropped a close game to the Cincinnati Bengals at home, 27-24. Reggie Bush ran hard all game, but couldn’t break many runs open as he struggled to just 50 yards on 20 carries. Luckily the elite connection between Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson was alive and well, as the two kept the Lions very much in this one by hooking up together for 155 yards and two scores. Detroit ultimately fell to a 54-yard field goal as time expired, giving them a heart-breaking loss and dropping them to 4-3 on the season.

10-15-13: The Detroit Lions were supposed to have a difficult time on offense with Joe Haden locking down a banged up Calvin Johnson on the road in week six. Matthew Stafford didn’t get the memo. Stafford went away from Megatron enough to guide the Lions to four touchdowns, while undrafted rookie tight end Joseph Fauria was the star of the day with three touchdown catches. It may have all been in futility, however, if not for excellent pressure on Brandon Weeden forcing arguably the worst interception ever thrown late in the fourth quarter. Detroit was able to score the final touchdown of the game following the horrible pick, putting this one away 31-17 and jumping up to 4-2 on the season.

10-8-13: The Detroit Lions had lost their last 22 games at Lambeau Field, dating all the way back to 1992. Thanks to a late-game scratch of star wide receiver Calvin Johnson, that atrocious streak continued in week five. Matthew Stafford’s tunnel vision on Megatron was disrupted without his top receiver, as the Detroit quarterback took five sacks and struggled to move the ball effectively until late in the game. Detroit’s defense was up to the task, allowing just one touchdown on the day to a usually explosive Green Bay offense, but their own offensive limitations were too much to overcome on the road, as they dropped to 3-2 with a 22-9 loss.

10-2-13: The Lions have signed wide receiver Kevin Ogletree. He had worked out with the team on Wednesday and the team decided to sign him.

10-1-13: Reggie Bush returned from a one week break due to injury to dominate the Chicago Bears to the tune of 140+ total yards and a touchdown, while the Detroit defense pressured Bears quarterback Jay Cutler into several bad decisions throughout this one en route to a 40-32 home victory. This one was a lot less competitive than the final score indicated, as the Lions were smooth and efficient on offense for the final three quarters, despite the Bears doing a solid job on star wide receiver Calvin Johnson (four receptions). In the end, the Lions simply played better defense and turned the ball over fewer times, sending them to a 3-1 tie for first place with Chicago atop the NFC North.

9-10-13: Things didn’t start out very well for the Lions against Minnesota on Sunday as Adrian Peterson got took the first ball he touched 77 yards to the house for a touchdown. However, he would rush for just 15 more yards on his final 17 carries as the Lions won the game 34-24. They were led by versatile running back Reggie Bush, who racked up 191 total yards and a TD. Despite a quiet game from Calvin Johnson (37 yards on 4 catched) Matthew Stafford put up solid number, completing 26 of 43 for 357 yards, two TDs and a pick. The Lions head to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in week 2.

9-5-13: Here are the Lions final roster cuts: Cuts: OG Rodney Austin, DB Ron Bartell, RB Shaun Chapas, P Blake Clingan, DT Andrew Fluelen, WR Corey Fuller, CB Chris Greenwood, OT Kevin Haslam, LB Brandon Hepburn, S Tyrell Johnson, OL Darren Keyton, LB Jon Morgan, RB Steven Miller, LB Jon Morgan, S Martavius Neloms, DT Ogemdi Nwagbuo, DT Xavier Proctor, DT Jimmy Saddler-McQueen, OL Jake Scott, S Amari Spievey, LB Chris White, WR Matt Willis.

8-16-13: After opening the preseason with a win over the Jets, the Lions were dropped by the Browns 24-6 in week 2. Matt Stafford was solid, completing 11 of 16 passes for 74 yards. Reggie Bush carried the ball 8 times for 15 yard and caught 5 passes for a team-leading 44 yards. Next week, the Lions will host Tom Brady (if his knee is OK) and the Patriots.

8-11-13: The Lions defeated the New York Jets 26-17 to open their 2013 preseason schedule. QB Shaun Hill threw for 136 on 11 of 18 and threw for a TD. Matthew Stafford completed just 3 of 8 passes for 60 yards.

7-10-13: Matthew Stafford passed the ball over 700 times for over 5000 yards in 2012 and the Lions went from a playoff team to the bottom of the NFC North at 4-12. Detroit is better than that, though, and the addition of running back Reggie Bush and returns of Nate Burleson and Ryan Broyles on offense should help show that. But offense isn’t really the problem, and Detroit’s pass defense has been shaky for years and the defensive line under-performed in 2012. However, first round draft choice Ziggy Ansah should help improve the pass-rush as a rotational piece, which in turn could positively impact the secondary.

4-30-13: 2013 Lions Draft Summary:

  • Round 1, Pick 5 (5): Ziggy Ansah, DE, Brigham Young
  • Round 2, Pick 4 (36): Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State
  • Round 3, Pick 3 (65): Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky
  • Round 4, Pick 35 (132) (Compensatory Selection): Davin Taylor, DE, South Carolina
  • Round 5, Pick 32 (165) (from Ravens and Seahawks): Sam Martin, P, Appalachian State
  • Round 6, Pick 3 (171): Corey Fuller, WR, Virginia Tech
  • Round 6, Pick 31 (199) (from Ravens through Seahawks): Theo Riddick, RB, Notre Dame
  • Round 7, Pick 5 (211): Michael Williams, TE, Alabama
  • Round 7, Pick 39 (245) (Compensatory Selection): Brandon Hepburn, LB, Florida A&M

3-30-13: The Detroit Lions have signed free-agent running back Reggie Bush to a four-year deal for $16 million deal.

1-1-13: Calvin Johnson set the all-time league record for receiving yards in a season 2013 with 1,964 yards. He also had two broken fingers during the record-setting game.

12-4-12 Last week’s loss to the Colts pretty much sealed the fate of the Lions as far as this season is concerned. At 4-8 they have no shot at making the playoffs and the road ahead is getting even tougher with a game against the Green Bay Packers whom they have already lost to in their own building. The lethal combination of Calvin Johnson and Mathew Stafford has not been able to propel the Lions back into the playoffs after their great year last year.