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Frontrowtickets.com is ready to help with your Detroit Lions football tickets. This franchise was founded in 1929 in Portsmouth Ohio as the Spartans. The joined the NFL in 1930, moved to Detroit, and became the Lions in 1934. They are one of the oldest teams in the league. The Lions are part of the NFC North Division which is known to be one of the toughest divisions in the NFL with long standing rivalries. Detroit Lion tickets are waiting for you now.
The Lions play their home games at Ford Field. This stadium opened in 2002 and cost $430 million to build. There is room for 65,000 fans in this state of the art indoor stadium. Due to the NFL’s blackout policy, the Lions have been known to experience local television blackouts. If you want to be sure to see a game now is the time to get your Detroit Lions game tickets.
Although the Lions have never secured a spot in a Super Bowl and had the chance to win the Lombardi Trophy, they won 4 NFL Championships before the NFL/AFL merger. Their team stats also consist of 4 Conference Championships, and 4 Division Championships. They have also had some remarkable players on their roster over the years. Barry Sanders, Jack Christianson, Dick (Night Train) Lane, Yale Lary, and Lem Barney all have player stats outstanding enough to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The curse of Bobby Layne may or may not be a rumor. After the Lions traded quarterback Bobby Layne in a controversial trade in 1958 the news reported Layne had said the Lions would not win for 50 years. Needless to say it has been a rough 50 years with time spent at the bottom of the standings. The last year of the curse would have been 2008. That season the Lions set a record for going 0-16. They are the only team in the league to go an entire season without winning one game. There is change in the air now!
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