Detroit Lions Tickets & Burning Question

The 2022 Detroit Lions season was a weird one. The Lions were awful to start the year, winning just one of their first seven games and heading into Week 9 against the Green Bay Packers with a 1-6 record. Then, the switch flipped. The Lions were unrecognizable from that point onward, winning eight of their last 10 games to finish with a 9-8 record. It wasn’t quite enough, as the Lions missed out on Wild Card due to a head-to-head loss against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4, but this is a team with bunches of momentum heading into 2023.

The Lions haven’t made it into the playoffs since 2016, and in the third year under Dan Campbell, this feels like their best chance this decade. Tickets to their home opener in Week 2 against the Seahawks (the NFL always manages to do this) are hot, with Immortal Seats showing inventory at around the $200 mark. A Monday nighter against the Las Vegas Raiders is also a $200+ ticket, while their Thanksgiving clash against the Packers has tickets approaching $300 before a down has been played this season.

Check out the Detroit Lions’ full home schedule at the end of this post.

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Can the Lions handle the pressure?

Aaron Rodgers is no longer in Green Bay. Dalvin Cook has left the building in Minnesota. The Chicago Bears may or may not have a quarterback that can do it at the NFL level. The NFC North hasn’t been in this much of a state of flux in a long time, and as a result of careful and smart roster building, the Detroit Lions are the betting favorite to take the division crown.

This is new ground for the Lions. This team hasn’t won a division title since 1993, so long ago that it was in a division (NFC Central) that no longer exists. Playing with pressure is different. The Lions rolled to eight wins out of their final 10 last year when their season was already considered over after their dumpster fire of a start. Now they get to play on the NFL’s opening night against the Kansas City Chiefs, and much is expected of Jared Goff and their young and exciting core. How they deal with this pressure will dictate the outcome of their 2023 season.

2023 Detroit Lions Home Games

Sept 17 – Seattle Seahawks

Sept 24 – Atlanta Falcons

Oct 8 – Carolina Panthers

Oct 30 – Las Vegas Raiders

Nov 19 – Chicago Bears

Nov 23 – Green Bay Packers

Dec 17 – Denver Broncos

Week 18 (Date TBA) – Minnesota Vikings

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