September 8, 2013 vs Minnesota: In the season opener the lions look to snap their 8-game losing streak carrying over from last year.
September 22, 2013 at Washington: Maybe the Lions will get their first win in Washington. Ever. They’re 0-16 all-time, 0-19 counting playoff games, since 1968.
October 6, 2013 at Green Bay: The lions look to win for the first time at Lambeau since 1991. They’ve lost 22 straight during that time. 23 counting a rare Lions playoff game. They have to be due, right?
October 13, 2013 at Cleveland: The Browns are one of only two teams the Lions have an all-time winning record against (9-3).
November 28, 2013 vs Green Bay: Could be the Lions first win on Thanksgiving day in 10 years. Good news: they play Green Bay, the last team they managed to defeat. Bad news: they’ve lost to them on Turkey day 3 times since.
December 16, 2013 vs Baltimore: The Lions play host to the defending Super Bowl champions in an extremely rare Monday night game at Ford Field.Just like me I know you’ll be watching. The Lions are the train-wreck of the NFL and try as we might, it’s impossible to avert our eyes. Go Lions!
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