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Since 1980, the visiting side in NFC wildcard games is 33-43 SU and just 38-36-2 ATS. The Detroit Lions are a brutal 0-8 SU/2-6 ATS in such games...

Detroit Lions Betting News for July 2022

NFC North Insiders: Worst-Case Scenarios for Packers, Vikings, Bears and Lions

NFC North Insiders: Worst-Case Scenarios for Packers, Vikings, Bears and Lions

Green Bay Packers have underachieved since winning the Super Bowl in 2010. The team has lost NFC Championship Games in 2014, 2016, 2019 and 2020. It has also lost in the divisional round at home as the top seed in 2011 and 2021. The NFC North insiders discuss the worst-case scenarios for each team.

Jul 03si.com
Detroit Lions 6th-round pick Malcolm Rodriguez among fans’ most anticipated rookies

Detroit Lions 6th-round pick Malcolm Rodriguez among fans’ most anticipated rookies

The Detroit Lions drafted eight rookies in the 2022 draft cycle. Aidan Hutchinson is the only one who is currently slated for a Week 1 starting job. Some of the rookies could finish the season starting, like Jameson Williams. Kerby Joseph, Malcolm Rodriguez and Chase Lucas are also working their way into striking distance of a starting spot.

Jul 03prideofdetroit.com
Detroit Lions need 'biggest weakness' to become a strength

Detroit Lions need 'biggest weakness' to become a strength

The 2022 Detroit Lions are preparing for training camp. The team won just three games in 2021. Some people believe they could challenge for a wild card spot in the NFL playoffs this coming season.

Jul 03detroitsportsnation.com
DeAndre Swift projections 2022: Fantasy stats, betting odds, Detroit Lions player profile, season outlook, simulations

DeAndre Swift projections 2022: Fantasy stats, betting odds, Detroit Lions player profile, season outlook, simulations

DeAndre Swift has played in five games in his two NFL seasons. He has averaged 44 yards rushing and 31 yards receiving per game. His pass catching skills are among the league's elite. The Lions have been a poor team in Swift's first two seasons, but they have added several players to improve their offense. Swift is ranked No. 32 in our 2022 Fantasy Football Rankings.

Jul 01sportsline.com
The sweet taste of adversity & 10 other thoughts on the Lions' gutsy victory over Ottawa

The sweet taste of adversity & 10 other thoughts on the Lions' gutsy victory over Ottawa

The B.C. Lions beat the Ottawa Redblacks 34-31 on Thursday night. It was the Lions third victory of the season.

Jul 013downnation.com
CFL betting picks, predictions for Week 4: Lions stay undefeated vs. Redblacks, Tiger-Cats pick up first win over Elks

CFL betting picks, predictions for Week 4: Lions stay undefeated vs. Redblacks, Tiger-Cats pick up first win over Elks

Week 4 kicks off Thursday between the Lions (2-0) and Redblacks (0-2). British Columbia has been one of the surprise teams this season. The Elks (1-3) play the Tiger-Cats ( 0- 3) on Friday night. Hamilton has struggled through their first three games after playing in the Grey Cup last year.

Jun 30sportingnews.com
Detroit Lions coaching staff as players: Offensive line coach Hank Fraley

Detroit Lions coaching staff as players: Offensive line coach Hank Fraley

Hank Fraley is the offensive line coach for the Detroit Lions. He started his coaching career in 2012 as the assistant offensive lines coach at the University of San Diego. Fraley was promoted to offensive linemen coach in 2020. Dan Campbell will be the next head coach of the Lions in 2021.

Jun 30sidelionreport.com
Lions Seen Unlikely to Upend Packers in 2022 for Division

Lions Seen Unlikely to Upend Packers in 2022 for Division

The Detroit Lions are rebuilding and some people don't believe they can compete for the NFC North title in 2022. The Green Bay Packers are the favorite to win the division this year. Bleacher Report's Alex Ballentine believes the Lions' roster is not good enough to challenge for a title yet.   . He also believes that the Minnesota Vikings may threaten Greenbay the most this season, but Chicago Bears and Detroit are down in the pecking order enough that they could be expected to survive.

Jun 30heavy.com
Ranking the offenses the Detroit Lions will face in 2022

Ranking the offenses the Detroit Lions will face in 2022

Carson Wentz, Jahan Dotson, Andrew Norwell, Brian Robinson, Willie Beavers, and Trai Turner have been added to the Carson Wentze's team. Brandon Scherff, Ryan Fitzpatrick, DeAndre Carter, Ereck Flowers, Ricky Seals-Jones, Adam Humphries have left.

Jun 29lionswire.usatoday.com

Detroit Lions Game Schedule 2022: (28 games)

Friday, 27 Aug: Indianapolis Colts vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 12 Sep: San Francisco 49ers vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 26 Sep: Baltimore Ravens vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 17 Oct: Cincinnati Bengals vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 26 Dec: Detroit Lions vs Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Monday, 20 Sep: Detroit Lions vs Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field

Sunday, 24 Oct: Detroit Lions vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 14 Nov: Detroit Lions vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 21 Nov: Detroit Lions vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Sunday, 12 Dec: Detroit Lions vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 19 Dec: Arizona Cardinals vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 02 Jan: Detroit Lions vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Sunday, 11 Sep: Philadelphia Eagles vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 18 Sep: Washington Football Team vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 25 Sep: Detroit Lions vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 02 Oct: Seattle Seahawks vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 09 Oct: New England Patriots vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Saturday, 22 Oct: Detroit Lions vs Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium

Sunday, 30 Oct: Miami Dolphins vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 06 Nov: Green Bay Packers vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 13 Nov: Detroit Lions vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 20 Nov: Detroit Lions vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Thursday, 24 Nov: Buffalo Bills vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 04 Dec: Jacksonville Jaguars vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 11 Dec: Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 18 Dec: Detroit Lions vs New York Jets at MetLife Stadium

Saturday, 24 Dec: Detroit Lions vs Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

Sunday, 01 Jan: Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

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Few fanbases can match the sheer futility experienced by the Detroit Lions faithful. The team has yet to win a championship since 1957 and from 1963 to 2010 experienced just four 10-win seasons and nine playoff bids. With former classic beat dogs like the Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals and New Orleans Saints recently making Super Bowls, the Lions are now just one of four NFL clubs not to have made an appearance in The Big Game – and NFLbets figures the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars ain’t too far off…

The Detroit Lions origins as a franchise go back to Ohio, breeding ground for semi-pro football in the 20th century’s first half. In 1934, a local radio station announced its purchase of the NFL’s 1932 champion Portsmouth Spartans, which would be relocated to Detroit for the following season. Thus were the Spartans the last small-market team to relocate, and the 11-team NFL of ’34 was comprised of 10 teams set squarely in American metropolises and the 11th in Green Bay.

In their first season in the Motor City, QB/coach Potsy Clark led the newly rechristened Lions to a 10-3 mark in 1934 and to Detroit’s first NFL title in ’35. This championship would unfortunately precede a 16-year drought without a playoff appearance in the days before wild-card bids. However, the Lions regrouped into a force once again in the early 1950s: Teams stocked with legends like Doak Walker, Bobby Layne, Yale Lary, Leon Hart and Jack Christiansen got the Lions to most-feared status with four bids between 1952 and ’57, including three title wins.

Who in 1957 would have known what would follow? These once-mighty Lions for any number of reasons would muster just three playoff appearances (one of them coming based on a 4-5 record in the strike-shortened ’82 season) in the next 33 years. Of all the all-time greats the Lions had fielded prior to the 60s, the greatest in the post-NFL/AFL merger era have all mostly wasted years of their careers in Detroit.

Biggest case in point: Barry Sanders. Simply one of the greatest ever to play NFL football, Sanders joined Detroit in ’89, played on Lions teams which went 86-74 (so between 8-8 and 9-7 on average) in a 10-year career cut short by the man himself realizing the futility of playing for a team who wouldn’t pay out to support him with all-star teammates.

In 2001, the team made its most significant personnel decision ever as a franchise, taking on Matt Millen as general manager. By slowly running his team into the ground via draft busts and non-activity during free-agency periods, the Lions went a cumulative 31-97 and recorded the first-ever 0-16 season in NFL history during Millen’s eight years “running” things.

After a couple of years of rebuilding, the Lions got back to competitiveness by 2011 and made three playoff appearances in six years. However, an 0-3 overall record in the playoffs in the 10s hardly justifies blowing Calvin Johnson’s entire career…

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