The Detroit Lions have been on an upward swing over the past two seasons. Once the not-so-proud owners of the worst record in the NFL, they finished last season with a playoff run and a 10-6 record. This was the first playoff appearance for the Lions since 1999.
Ford Field in downtown Detroit is the location of the Lions home games. The stadium normally seats 65,000 fans, but it can seat up to 70,000 for football games. The Lions have a long tradition of playing a home football game on Thanksgiving Day, and they will continue that tradition in the 2012-13 season.
The Lions offense is exciting to watch. Quarterback Matthew Stafford is the leader the team has been looking for, and the Lions are a different team when he is healthy. Stafford's favorite target is the incredibly talented Calvin Johnson, a highly-rated wide receiver who went to college at Georgia Tech.
Fiery head coach Jim Schwartz returns for his fourth season with the Lions. The Lions Nation is hoping that the 2012 season will end with a trip to the Super Bowl. The Lions used their first round draft pick this year to select offensive tackle Riley Reiff from Iowa.
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