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Detroit Lions Playoff History

The last of the four Wild Card games will take place in Arlington, where the Dallas #Cowboys and Detroit Lions will battle it out to get to the NFL’s version of the Elite Eight. These two teams have muddied playoff histories of late, but one has to advance. Dallas is laying a touchdown, which makes it the biggest favorite of Wild Card weekend, while the ‘total’ of 48 is certainly going to be one of the higher numbers to beat over the course of the weekend as well. #NFL


Pro Football Hall of Fame -- ‎80 years ago today the Chicago Bears defeated the Portsmouth Spartans (now Detroit Lions) in the NFL's first playoff game. This rare action photo was added to our collection in 2008. More:


Detroit Lions -- kind of -- give their rookies a team history lesson

Taylor Decker and A'Shawn Robinson weren't alive when the Lions last won a playoff game, but they enjoyed the presentation nonetheless.

Tiger Stadium: Detroit, Michigan. Went to one of the last games at old Tiger Stadium (1999) with Mark Murphy & Jeff Justice. As always with Jeff & Murph, we had a blast.


Ndamukong Suh signs $114 million deal with Dolphins

Ndamukong Suh is coming to Miami, where he and his new team will both try to end their playoff droughts. The 305-pound heavyweight in this year's free agent class signed a $114 million, six-year deal with the Dolphins on Wednesday. The contract made Suh the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, surpassing J.J. Watt's $100 million, six-year deal with Houston. The Detroit Lions went 0-2 in the postseason in Suh's five years with them, and Miami hasn't been to the playoffs since 2008.


Detroit Lions quarterback Gary Danielson (16) in action against the San Francisco 49ers during the 1983 NFC Divisional Playoff game at Candlestick Park.


Hollinger: Ranking greatest playoff series: 11-15


Today in 1996 - Barry Sanders (#Detroit Lions) set an #NFL record when he recorded his eighth straight 1,000-yard season. Who do you think is the best running back of all-time? #SSLLC

Scotty Bowman, Detroit Red Wings. NHL's winningest coach, 1,244 regular season wins, 223 playoff wins. Won the cup with the Wings in 1997, 1998, and 2002.

from Bleacher Report

NHL's 30 Greatest Playoff Players