In the footsteps of Detroit greats, Barry Sanders and Bobby Layne, the Lions are returning to the gridiron with their sights set on claiming the top spot in the NFC North. Help make Ford Field a fortress this season by supporting the Motor City's NFL team, live!
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Lions Add Reggie Bush to Roster for Promising 2013 Season
The Detroit Lions have had a few ups-and-downs over the past few years, but offseason moves and the acquisition of running back Reggie Bush have shown that the Lions are serious about getting back to being playoff contenders during the 2013 NFL season. The postseason isn’t a far stretch for the Lions this year if quarterback Matt Stafford can connect with three-time Pro-Bowler Calvin Johnson, who had almost 2,000 receiving yards last year, while as a team, the offense finished second overall in passing yards per game (307.9), and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has become a solid anchor for the Lions’ defense.
Bookending the Lions 2013 schedule this season will be the Minnesota Vikings, including at home during Week 1 on Sept. 8, and then again in Week 17 at the Metrodome on Dec. 29. Vivid Seats will have Lions tickets in stock for games throughout the year, such as bouts with the Chicago Bears (Sept. 29), Cincinnati Bengals (Oct. 20), Dallas Cowboys (Oct. 27), a Thanksgiving afternoon battle against the Green Bay Packers (Nov. 28), and the home finale versus the New York Giants (Dec. 22).