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Pick Your 2015 Detroit Lions Tickets

The NFC North is a tough division and the 2015 Detroit Lions have their work cut out for them. Home stands against the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and Chicago Bears will be well worth seeing, even if just as a measuring stick of progress. Ford Field will also see visits from the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, and New England Patriots. While it’s a bit much to expect Detroit Lions tickets to pay off with a post-season spot, the Lions have the makings of a team that could catch a visiting squad by surprise  and earn that respect they’ve been looking for.
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Detroit Lions Tickets – The Battle for Respect

After being patsies for almost a decade Detroit Lions tickets may be earning a shadow of respect. It’s an uphill battle though and only wins will mean anything in the grand scheme. But there’s a growing feeling that the Lions have begun to gather some steam, building around young talent and free agents pickups, and though they may not win the NFC North Detroit will have some say in who does. That’s a big step forward for this struggling franchise and getting in on the ground floor at Ford Field with Lions tickets may be a good idea. After all, if the New Orleans Saints can build a Super Bowl winner why not the long beleaguered Motor City? Lions fans need a little faith, a little luck, and Detroit Lions tickets to see it happen.

2010 Detroit Lions Tickets – The Offense

While it’s natural to look to QB Matthew Stafford to provide spark the Lions must give him the weapons to do the job. Stafford suffered through a typical NFL rookie quarterback season in 2009, at times showing promise and at other times struggling. Injuries played their role as Stafford battled shoulder and knee problems along the way. In the end though, it boils down to playmakers around him. Detroit is trying to improve the situation. Kevin Smith is a bruising back coming off of a knee injury that could keep him on the sidelines for awhile. In response the Lions drafted Jahvid Best, a fast and shifty running back out of California. Best has the ability to break the long run and good hands out of the backfield. Second year man Aaron Brown could contribute also. He’s got dangerous speed but needs to spend more time in his playbook. What Stafford could really use is Calvin Johnson getting open. A wide receiver with Pro Bowl ability, Johnson got smothered in double and triple coverage in 2009. Bringing veteran Nate Burleson should be a big help. Burleson thrived as a #2 receiver and should relieve the pressure on Johnson. Given some help in the running game and an unfettered Calvin Johnson, the Detroit Lions offense will be vastly improved.

2010 Detroit Lions Tickets – The Defense

The defensive side of the ball also offers huge hopes for improvement. Without the ability to rush the passer the Lions were sitting ducks. That changes in 2010. Detroit tapped the free agent market for DE Kyle Vanden Bosch, went one better by bringing in DT Corey Williams, and then capped the whole thing off by drafting DT Ndamukong Suh in the 1st Round. The changes mean nothing but good things in terms of pass rush and run defense and should pay immediate dividends. It also takes some of the pressure off of an average linebacker position. In the secondary the Lions are depending on leadership from safety Louis Delmas in his second season and cornerbacks Chris Houston and Jonathan Wade. While still a work in progress the Detroit Lions defense has been through an overhaul and with help from the offense should be able to force teams to work for points, a change from last season.

 

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Detroit Lions' LaAdrian Waddle feels he's closing in on return to action - MLive.com

MLive.com

Detroit Lions' LaAdrian Waddle feels he's closing in on return to action
MLive.com
ALLEN PARK -- Detroit Lions offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle is on the physically unable to perform list, but he's making steady progress toward a return to action. Waddle, who had offseason knee surgery, has been running on the side with trainers ...

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Detroit Lions: Best Receiving Duo in the NFL? - Sidelion Report

Sidelion Report

Detroit Lions: Best Receiving Duo in the NFL?
Sidelion Report
Golden Tate definitely has high hopes for this Detroit Lions squad for the 2015 season. In an article with Michael Schottey of Bleacher Report, he spoke a lot of these expectations and what he thinks of the direction of the team. Both players have the ...

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5 Bold Predictions for the Detroit Lions' 2015 Preseason - RantSports

RantSports

5 Bold Predictions for the Detroit Lions' 2015 Preseason
RantSports
Football fans rejoice! It is that time again. Training camps are underway and preseason football is inching closer. The Detroit Lions began practice earlier this week, and will start the preseason against the New York Jets on Thursday, Aug. 13. With ...

Lions notes: Ebron more 'discipline, professional, motivated' - Detroit Free Press

Detroit Free Press

Lions notes: Ebron more 'discipline, professional, motivated'
Detroit Free Press
Eric Ebron had a brashness about him as a rookie that rubbed some people the wrong way, but after a humbling rookie season, the Detroit Lions' second-year tight end has become more pragmatic about his ways. "I see a lot more discipline, professional, ...

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Mel Farr dies at 70; former UCLA running back played for Detroit Lions - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Mel Farr dies at 70; former UCLA running back played for Detroit Lions
Los Angeles Times
Farr finished seventh in the voting for the 1966 Heisman Trophy when he played for UCLA and then was drafted in the first round the next year. He was the offensive rookie of the year in his first season and spent his entire NFL career with Detroit ...

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