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2014 Detroit Lions Tickets

With a new coach comes new expectations, and every fan will want to have Detroit Lions tickets this season to see Motown's team return to glory. New coach Jim Caldwell brings renewed hope to a franchise on the upswing after the Lions narrowly missed out on a division title a year ago. All of the pieces are in place for an explosive offense to emerge with quarterback Matthew Stafford surrounded by dangerous weapons such as Reggie Bush, Calvin Johnson and newcomer Golden Tate. Johnson is one of the league's premier receivers, but you have to see his skills in person from Ford Field seats to truly appreciate them. The Detroit defense has a mean streak led by All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who teams with second-year defensive tackle Nick Fairley to form a dominant run-stuffing duo. Linebackers Stephen Tulloch and DeAndre Levy are back to anchor the middle level of a defense on the rise. Catch all of the NFC North's bitter rivalries by grabbing Ford Field seats when the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings come to town for key divisional matchups. Ford Field tickets will be hot sellers in Week 1, as the Lions welcome the New York Giants for a Monday Night Football showdown. Another highlight of the 2014 schedule comes in Week 13, when the rival Chicago Bears visit on Thanksgiving Day. These blockbuster matchups are sure to sell out quickly, so be sure to secure your Ford Field seats today. If you miss out on those big-time battles, the Detroit Lions will also welcome the Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2014, giving you plenty of chances to see great NFL action from your Ford Field seats. Visiting players who will make their way to Ford Field this year include Eli Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Jay Cutler and Matt Forte, and you can see them all with Detroit Lions tickets. Motown's team is poised for a breakthrough, so get your Ford Field tickets today to see this squad in person.

 Detroit Lions Tickets

Detroit Lions tickets are red hot as this beloved team made a big offseason splash by signing elusive running back Reggie Bush, who doubles as a dangerous receiver. Bush has publicly proclaimed the Lions will have one of the top offenses in the NFL, and with good reason. Buy Lions tickets now and watch star quarterback Matthew Stafford employ an arsenal of terrific weapons, starting with Bush and All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson. All Johnson did last season was catch 122 passes for 1,964 yards and five touchdowns. His touchdown total should increase dramatically in 2013.

Buy Detroit Lions tickets and watch as hard-nosed coach Jim Schwartz gets this team back to the playoffs, which they last reached in 2011. That was the first timeDetroithad made the playoffs in 12 years, but the Lions are a good bet to be back there often thanks to an impressive core of young talent. Buy Lions tickets online and see a potentially dominant defense led by bad bad Ndamukong Suh wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks.

Established in 1929, this franchise has built a strong tradition featuring four league championships, four conference titles, four division crowns and 15 playoff appearances. Ford Field is a beautiful facility that the Lions have called home since 2002. Dedicated fans fill Ford Field for every home game, and the 2013 Detroit Lions schedule will be no different. The Lions’ home schedule consists of attractive games against NFC North foesGreen Bay,MinnesotaandChicago, as well as visits fromCincinnati,Dallas,TampaBay,Baltimoreand the New York Giants.

Johnson is only 27 years old, and he’s proven that no one in the league can cover him. Even two defenders are no match. Adding Bush to the offense makesDetroitimpossible to stop. Bush ran for 986 yards last season inMiamiwhile catching 35 passes for 292 more yards. Buy Lions tickets now and watch this incredible duo make their mark. Schwartz says Bush could catch up to 80 passes this season.

Detroit Lions tickets are your chance to see perhaps the NFL’s most entertaining team, so buy Lions tickets online now!

Detroit Lions football ticket info 2010-2011

A 2-14 season might not seem like a good reason to buy Detroit Lions season tickets, but when you have one of the best young quarterbacks in pro football in Matthew Stafford, there’s some hope ahead.
Stafford completed 201 of 377 passes as a rookie (53.3 percent) and has a talented receiver in Calvin Johnson, who had 67 catches last season. Stafford should benefit greatly from the experience he gained from starting as a rookie and he’s already proven to be a leader with his gritty performances.
But if the Lions want to win more games and sell more season tickets, Stafford will have to cut down on his 20 interceptions and his teammates will have to give him better protection. Stafford was sacked 24 times last season, for a total of 169 yards lost.
A better running game might help, too. Kevin Smith led Detroit in rushing with 747 yards, but he averaged just 3.4 yards per carry. He’s also trying to return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The Lions selected California’s Jahvid Best in the NFL draft and he could compete with Smith for playing time. Best has speed and can also catch the ball out of the backfield. He has the kind of skills that could excite Lions season ticket holders and inspire other fans who may have soured on the franchise to return and buy Detroit season tickets.
The Lions did make major offseason moves to improve their defense, signing free agent defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch to a four-year contract and drafting Nebraska star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. New Lions teammate Cliff Avril calls Suh “a beast.”
Detroit also moved to bolster its secondary by taking Iowa cornerback Amari Spievey in the third round of the NFL draft. An improved Detroit defense could keep the team in games and give fans another reason beside Stafford to buy Detroit Lions season tickets.
The Lions are in a tough division, the NFC North, where the Packers and Bears have improved and the Vikings are always tough. But Detroit’s roster looks better and the Lions could be a surprise team in 2010.

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2008 Detroit Lions Tickets

Detroit Lions tickets are getting better. That may be a tough thing to swallow for Lions lovers who have remained faithful for so many years but it is unavoidably true. The Lions came within one game of their first non-losing season in many years in 2007, finishing at 7-9 and third in the NFC North. For long suffering Detroit Lions fans that’s a step forward. Be prepared, 2008 Detroit Lions tickets could pay off.

Lions Tickets and the Long Climb

It’s hard not to see 2007 in a positive light. Jon Kitna certainly does. The toughest quarterback in the NFL remained steady as a rock throughout the season, taking his usual beating but always remaining upbeat and positive. Through eight weeks of the NFL season there was no reason not to. The Lions got off to a 6-2 start, beating NFC North rivals Minnesota and Chicago along the way. Suddenly, Jon Kitna’s prediction of a 10-win season looked possible. Lions tickets were as hot as a firecracker, and Ford Field was packed to maximum capacity.

But the NFL season is 16 games long and took its toll on the Lions. A tough schedule that included the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and Green Bay Packers, resulted in a six game losing streak that ended the dream.

Detroit Lions Tickets – On the Right Track

Even after the collapse, it’s hard not be optimistic about Detroit Lions tickets. This team is obviously on the right track. Jon Kitna is a warrior, and Detroit improved their running game with a good young lineman and running back in the draft. Even more importantly, they may have solidified their weak link defense by taking Jordon Dizon to boost the linebackers and Cliff Avril to strengthen the defensive line. Forget the headlines. These two will make Lions tickets better in 2008 by giving Detroit what it didn’t have last season: A defense.

Top Ten Reasons to Buy Detroit Lions Tickets
1. First round WR Calvin Johnson - Can the Detroit Lions ticket to victory be yet another first round wide receiver? You bet, and his name is Calvin Johnson. The Georgia Tech star is by far the best prospect to come out of this years draft class.
2. Potentially Explosive Offense - With wide receivers Roy Williams and Calvin Johnson, and last year's surprise star Mike Furrey, the Lions have the potential for an absolutely explosive offense.
3. NFC North is Up For Grabs - The Lions may not be ready to tackle the NFC elite, but the NFC North is just about the weakest in football, and it wouldn't be surprising if the Detroit Lions ticket to the playoffs came through this year as NFC North champs.
4. Ford Field - As seen in the Super Bowl two years ago, Ford Field is a beautifully constructed, modern stadium. Your Detroit Lions ticket gets you into one of the most impressive professional football stadiums around.
5. RBs Kevin Jones and Tatum Bell - With the addition of new running back Tatum Bell, the Lions have put together a two-head rushing attack that should keep opposing defenses guessing.
6. QB Jon Kitna's Resurgence - Who would have thought that Jon Kitna could still play so well? Despite the Lions' record, Kitna put together a great season statistically, and impressively took every single snap last season. His toughness just may be the Lions ticket to success.
7. Local Favorite QB of the Future Drew Stanton - When the Lions drafted Michigan State quarterback Drew Stanton, fans knew they had their QB of the future. Jon Kitna has made a carreer out of mentoring young quarterbacks, and Stanton is sure to be a success in Detroit.
8. NFC North Rivalries - With a Detroit Lions ticket, you get a chance to see the NFC Champion Chicago Bears, living legend Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers, and the Minnesota Vikings. What more could a football fan want in a season?
9. Head Coach Rod Marinelli - Head Coach Rod Marinelli is entering his second season with the Lions, and fans should see a lot more wins on the field as his players learn and find success in the new system.
10. Nowhere to Go But Up - Let's face it, Detroit Lions ticket holders were really let down by their team. But with the second-worst record in football, the Lions were able to draft extremely well and build their team for the future.

THIS WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
DETROIT LIONS (2-13) TICKETS AT DALLAS COWBOYS (9-6)
1 p.m. Sunday
Texas Stadium

The Detroit Lions should just let this one go. Playing for a higher draft choice seems to be the right move for this franchise. But only of they get rid if Matt Millen. Why let the guy blow another high pick? Optimistically, the Lions have a shot at beating a Dallas team that doesn’t seem to want to win. To do that they’ll need another strong performance from Kitna and some ground attack to go along with it. We don’t think that will happen but what do Lions ticket holders have beside their dreams?

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 28, Detroit Lions 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: John Kitna had a strong performance last week against the Bears. He should do it again against a Cowboys secondary that’s been getting burned for weeks.

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Despite a decade of losing seasons, the Motor City is roaring for Detroit Lions tickets. The Lions are bursting with young talent and appear poised to make a run in the wide-open NFC North. An electric group of wide receivers, featuring first-round picks Mike Williams and Roy Williams, are the pride of the Lions. They'll have a new quarterback to get them the ball in either Jon Kitna or Josh McCown. The Lions' running game appears to be in good hands with third-year back Kevin Jones carrying the load. It will be the job of new head coach Rod Marinelli to get the most of the Lions' talent. Is he the right man for the job? Pick up Detroit Lions tickets and head over to magnificent Ford Field to voice your opinion.

Marinelli inherits a team that hasn't even sniffed the playoffs since the mighty Barry Sanders was roaming the Lions' backfield. He'll be looking to change that immediately. The former Tampa Bay assistant helped build the Buccaneers defense, which has been one of the best in the NFL over the past few years. Marinelli hopes to put the D back in Detroit, while instilling an intense attitude into the Lions.

Offensively, Marinelli will hand the reigns over to former Rams head coach Mike Martz. Known as an offensive guru, Martz could be just the person to pull together the Lions' offense, which has looked explosive at times and pathetic at others.

With the Joey Harrington experiment over, Martz will have a pair of experienced quarterbacks to orchestrate his high-powered, aggressive offense. Kitna spent five seasons in Cincinnati, the last two as Carson Palmer's backup. When he has had the opportunity, the former World League star has been effective. He has thrown for more than 3,000 yards four times in his career. So has McCown.

In four years in Arizona, McCown completed better than 57 percent of his passes. He threw for more than 2,500 yards in 2004, but was forced to split time with Kurt Warner last season. With the Lions' receiving cast, Kitna and McCown could be poised for career years in 2006.

The talent is oozing from the Detroit roster. But that's been the case for the last couple of years with little to nothing to show for it. Will Marinelli be the man to finally put the pieces together in Detroit? Find out by picking up your Detroit Lions tickets today.

 

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
CHICAGO BEARS TICKETS (12-2) AT DETROIT LIONS (2-12)
1 p.m. Sunday
Ford Field

The best the Lions can hope for is that Grossman gives this game away. Seriously, the Lions have shown glimmers of hope this season but until the Lions get rid of Millen they'll be looking at playing with crappy draft choices. The long record of miscues in Detroit has to end soon doesn't it? Kitna is a solid backup, maybe even a halfway decent starter if you put some talent around him, but the Lions just keep drafting underperformers and miscreants. Maybe the team in the Motor City can pull off the upset of the year but don't bank on it.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Chicago Bears 31, Detroit Lions 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Play the Lions defense and pray for Grossman to flounder. Nobody on offense is worth playing.

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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
DETROIT LIONS (4-9) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (10-3) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

The Ravens have visions of Super Bowls dancing in their heads. But they also are remembering the scare they received from the Browns earlier in the season. Way back in Week 3, Baltimore snuck by the Browns 15-14. Cleveland had the ball deep in Ravens territory as time was running down, but Browns’ quarterback Charlie Frye was picked off in the end zone, ending the upset bid. This week’s AFC North showdown won’t be as close.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 35, Cleveland 10
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens defense will make the Browns feel blue.

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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (5-7) AT DETROIT LIONS TICKETS (2-10) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field

The Detroit lions are getting very close to beng a good NFL team. They played well against a tough veteran Patriots team last Sunday. The Vikings, on the other hand, are struggling. Brad Johnson seems to be fading and their special teams play leaves a lot to be desired. If the Lions can take advantage of the home field crowd, which is a big if in Ford Field, they can win this one. More importantly, Detroit needs to rattle Johnson early and shut down Chester Taylor. We think they will. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit Lions 20, Minnesota Vikings 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Lions QB Jon Kitna(Last week: Jon Kitna, 22 of 33, 314 yards, 1TD)
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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
DETROIT LIONS (2-9) TICKETS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (8-3)
1 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Field

After the turkey the Lions were forced to eat on Thanksgiving, going to New England to take on the Patriots is like adding injury to insult. This is still a team trying to find an identity. Lions fans are hoping they can find it without Matt Millen. But any team that has Mike Martz as its offensive coordinator still has a shot. If there’s anyone in the NFL that can confuse a Brian Billichick defense it’s Martz. So buck up Lions fans, there’s only five more games and Millen could be in the unemployment line before long. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 35, Detroit Lions 21
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Lions QB Jon Kitna(Last week: Jon Kitna, 22 of 40, 254 yards, 1TD, 1INT)
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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
MIAMI DOLPHINS (4-6) AT DETROIT LIONS (2-8) TICKETS
12:30 p.m., Thursday
Ford Field

The annual Thanksgiving Day game in Detroit should be a good one. The Lions are looking more and more like a real NFL team while the Dolphins seem poised to repeat their late season surge ala 2005. You can't discount the home field advantage Detroit carries into this game. For many fans in the Motor City, the Thanksgiving pilgrimage to watch the Lions is the most important game of the year and the stadium will be pumped up. Thanksgiving in Detroit is one of the great NFL traditions. This is the Detroit Lions playoff game. Look for then to shine. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit Lions 24, Miami Dolphins 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Lions QB Jon Kitna(Last week: Anthony Harris, 10 carries, 40 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (2-5) AT DETROIT LIONS (4-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field

The Detroit Lions shocked the NFL world with a win over the hottest team in the league, the Atlanta Falcons, last Sunday. They’ll need to cool off Frank Gore of the 49ers to win this one. Back to back wins at Ford Field would be a nice gift to Detroit fans and the Lions are in position to do it. This is a team that’s getting better every week and now is the time to prove it. Roy Williams is starting to live up to his draft status and Kitna is as steady as they come so the Lions look good for another “W” here. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit Lions 24, San Francisco 49ers 20
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Lions QB Jon Kitna (Last week: Jon Kitna, 20 of 32, 321 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
ATLANTA FALCONS (4-2) AT DETROIT LIONS(4-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field

Hey, wasn’t it nice to host a Super Bowl? The Tigers sure had a good year but it was a shame they lost the World Series. Fans in Detroit are trying to think about anything but this week’s contest against the Falcons. Look at the bright side. Ford Field will play host to what may be the hottest team in the NFC right now. Yes, the Bears are 7-0, but they don’t have the NFL’s most exciting player in Michael Vick. For Lions fans: Pray for a miracle, but try to enjoy Michael Vicks coming out party. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Atlanta Falcons 28, Detroit Lions 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Lions QB Jon Kitna (Last week: Lions on a bye)
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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
ATLANTA FALCONS (4-2) AT DETROIT LIONS(4-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field

Hey, wasn’t it nice to host a Super Bowl? The Tigers sure had a good year but it was a shame they lost the World Series. Fans in Detroit are trying to think about anything but this week’s contest against the Falcons. Look at the bright side. Ford Field will play host to what may be the hottest team in the NFC right now. Yes, the Bears are 7-0, but they don’t have the NFL’s most exciting player in Michael Vick. For Lions fans: Pray for a miracle, but try to enjoy Michael Vicks coming out party. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Atlanta Falcons 28, Detroit Lions 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Lions QB Jon Kitna (Last week: Lions on a bye)
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PAST WEEK'S DETROIT LIONS TICKETS
Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field

Yes, the Lions are 0-2, but look who they’ve lost to. Seattle, the defending NFC champion, snuck past Detroit in Week 1. Last week, it was the defending NFC North champion Chicago Bears that disposed of the Lions. This isn’t a bad football team that first-year head coach Marty Mornhinweg has assemble and sooner than later that talent is going to start paying dividends in W’s.
The Motor City will be roaring this Sunday in hopes of seeing the Lions throttle on the reeling Green Bay Packers.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit 28, Green Bay 21 (Last week: 13-3/Season: 33-9)

Fantasy football ticket to victory: Detroit running back Kevin Jones (Last week: Lions receiver Roy Williams — 6 receptions, 71 yards)
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