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Detroit Lions Road Games

Detroit Lions Road Games tickets

2014 Detroit Lions Road Schedule

There's no mistaking the sentiment in Detroit this year: this is a huge season for the Lions. With one of the most explosive offenses in the league and some serious talent on defense as well, the Lions are looking to live up to their potential and take a step forward following a somewhat frustrating 2013 campaign. You can definitely count on Ford Field to be absolutely hopping with fans all season long, but you also don't want to limit yourself to just half of the season. The road matchups are just as important for the Lions this year, as a couple of away wins will give them a huge boost as they look to take their game to the next level.

The Lions have their sights set on the NFC North division title this season, which means they're going to have to take care of business against divisional opponents. The Lions will travel to Green Bay this season to take on the Packers, 2013's NFC North champs not until the very end of the season, on Dec. 28. That game is sure to have some serious playoff implications as the Lions take on another prolific offense. Detroit will have another tough divisional road game on their hands when they travel to the Windy City to take on the Chicago Bears on Dec. 21.

But the good news is that fans definitely don't have to wait until the end of the season to travel for a huge game. A Sept. 14 matchup in Carolina will bring the Packers up against the high-flying Panthers offense led by Cam Newton, and trips to both Arizona (Nov. 16) and New England (Nov. 23) will also be met with plenty of fanfare. Put it all together and the Lions have all types of different opportunities and challenges this season as they look to pile up the wins and live up to their incredible talent level.

Detroit Lions Team Info

The Detroit Lions are looking to get their hands on the NFC North title in 2014, and this is a team that has the kind of talent to make that happen. The Lions boast one of the most electrifying offensive attacks in the National Football League, and there may be no better wide receiver in the game right now than Calvin Johnson. Johnson put up another huge season in 2013, and is just two years removed from breaking the single-season record for receiving yards, once held by the immortal Jerry Rice. Add in Reggie Bush and the rocket arm of Mathew Stafford and the Lions can light up the scoreboard with anyone, though a defense led by Ndamukong Suh helps to give them the type of balance that all contenders need. Though they have their work cut out for them in the extremely competitive NFC North, this is a season in which you'll definitely want to keep your eye on the Lions.

NFL Road Experience

It doesn't get any better for a football fan than being there in person when their favorite NFL team hit the field for a big matchup. Lots of Lions fans have been to home games in Detroit, making it a tradition that is one of the top sporting events in the city every time they take to the field. But even though the home games are great, you'll end up with a completely different perspective on your team if you get a chance to see them away from home. Road games are a different experience, and you can learn a lot about the strength of this team in how they respond to adversity on the road. When you're there in the middle of a nail-biter, you'll definitely see for yourself what all of the buzz is about.

Detroit Lions History

The Detroit Lions first took to the field as the Portsmouth Spartans all the way back in 1929. Five years later, the team moved to Detroit can became the Detroit Lions – a name that stuck and helped to make them into an iconic American pro football franchise. The team was able to secure four National Football League championships before the NFL merged with the American Football League in 1970. Since then, the Lions have been unable to secure a conference title, but have had some legendary players and teams nonetheless. With the Lions putting together one of their most talented rosters in their history during the current era, there is plenty of title talk around Detroit these days.

Detroit Lions Trivia

Did you know that Barry Sanders rushed for more than a 1,000 yards every single season in his career?

There's a reason that many consider Barry Sanders to be the very best running back in history, mainly because he was absurdly gifted at getting up the field before anyone could get a hand on him. All 10 of his seasons ended up with him breaking the 1,000-yard mark, though he really turned it on between 1994 and 1997 – just when the rest of the NFL was turning into a clear-cut passing league. For those years, Sanders averaged 1,747 yards per season, solidifying him as one of the all-time greats.

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