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  1. Packers @ Lions Winner of that Game Win the NFC NORTH and a #4 Seed, & Loser get the #6 Seed in NFC Playoffs Lions is Looking to win their First Division Title since 1993 Winner Play the Giants Next in Either in Detroit or Green Bay Loser Play the Seahawks Next in Seattle
  2. This to me looks like it will be Texans at Titans is the Titans take care of business on Christmas Eve against the Jags, If they do, their game with the Texans on New Year's Day will be for the AFC South regardless of the outcome of other games (and it's winner-take-all, loser-go-home if EITHER the Texans lose Christmas Eve night to the Bengals or the Dolphins beat the Bills earlier in the day). Packers-Lions has the best shot of being the Sunday nighter if the Titans falter in Jacksonville on Christmas Eve.
  3. Who's going to Detroit? Just picked up our 5 tickets. Will be crushing it all weekend.
  4. Calvin Johnson told his family and friends 2015 was going to be his final season, then he told Caldwell the day after the regular season ended. Only 30 years old. Unbelievable
  5. Lions @ Saints Lions is Already Eliminated from Playoffs Saints is Already Eliminated from Playoffs (Edit: Seahawks, & Vikings Won)
  6. Group of Eagles fans heading to Detroit for Eagles-Lions game on Thanksgiving to support the team. Anyone going to be heading to hang out around Ford Field in the A.M. for tailgating? Would rather tailgate with fellow Eagles fans...
  7. Lions vs. Chiefs (London)
  8. I could've been a TATEr and put this one in IWTETG, but we don't need another WR at this point, especially an injured one. He was Oklahoma's top WR when Bradford, Murray and Lane Johnson were there