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2017-2018 Lions Season Schedule

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4 Prime time games with the possibility of the last game of the season getting flexed.

I have NO IDEA what to expect from this team this year.  NO IDEA.  I am not even going to try and predict a record other than a safe guess like .500.

 

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Yes. It's three prime time games, plus thanksgiving, plus the Saturday afternoon game on NFL network. 

Five nationally televised games is pretty good. I assume they will wear the color rush jersey for that Saturday game. 

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Weeks 13 and 14 could be the make-or-break part of the schedule with back-to-back road games against the Ravens and Bucs, assuming they are still in the playoff hunt at that point.

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Kinda bummed the Cincy game is on Christmas Eve.  When I saw that they were playing there I was gonna plan a little road trip to go see them there but that's not going to happen now.  

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15 hours ago, T&P_Fan said:

Cardinals stink, 1-0 for sure.

how can you say that without having seen who is reffing the game?

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9-6 heading into the final game at home against the packers. 

Lions finish 9-7. 

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(W, 1-0) Cardinals

(L, 1-1) at Giants

(L, 1-2) Falcons

(L, 1-3) at Vikings

(W, 2-3) Panthers

(L, 2-4) at Saints

(L, 2-5) Steelers

(L, 2-6) at Packers

(W, 3-6) Browns

(L, 3-7) at Bears

(W, 4-7) Vikings

(L, 4-8) at Ravens

(L, 4-9) at Buccaneers ** JIM CALDWELL FIRED

(W, 5-9) Bears

(L, 5-10) at Bengals

(L, 5-11) Packers

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On 4/27/2017 at 9:49 AM, Shelton said:

9-6 heading into the final game at home against the packers. 

Lions finish 9-7. 

you said the same thing last year so what do you know?

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For what it's worth, Matt Stafford's career record is 51-58. He needs a 12-4 season to put himself over .500 for his career.

I don't expect it, of course. Just making conversation.

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