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Detroit Lions Details
The Detroit Lions embody their city, always seeming to bounce despite any struggles. Detroit has a legacy of filling its roster with generational talent able to break out at any moment. Like Detroit, the Lions are an original American relic that weather bad storms but never give up, and the team has a rich playoff history as well.
In 1932, the Chicago Bears faced the Lions in the first ever playoff game. The Lions –t hen known as the Portsmouth Spartans -- and the Bears tied for first place in the league. The Bears won in a shut out, 9-0, in blizzard conditions. And, in response, the league created an official, tournament-style postseason. America’s championship was built off Detroit’s back.
Detroit won four championships in the league’s early days: in 1935, and three times in the 1950’s (1952, 1953, and 1957). The 1950s Lions were stacked around Quarterback Bobby Layne and the franchise earned three championships in six years.
After this period of success, Detroit only had four postseason appearances in four decades. But there were bright spots, including a rout of the Cowboys in 1991. This game featured running back Barry Sanders, a league MVP for Detroit and future Hall of Famer. This was the team’s first playoff win since 1957.
When do Detroit Lions Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
The specific day can differ from season to season, but if the team is on track to qualify for the postseason, Lions playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December. This is when NFL teams usually clinch their postseason spots.
How Much Do Detroit Lions Tickets Cost?
Playoff ticket prices can vary based on a number of factors. The playoff round, matchup of teams, seating section of the ticket, and even the weather can all contribute to the price of a ticket on the secondary market. Overall, however, the average NFL playoff ticket costs $240 on the resale market.