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An old team in the NFL franchise, the Detroit Lions were founded in 1930. They have appeared in a total of 17 playoffs to date, but their 4 championship victories took place before the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Checking out their team website, fans can look up the latest news, standings, and player performances. Fan sites, blogs, and even forums can help fans get further insight on future games.

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Lions announce 2018 schedule


KEY QUESTIONS: What does Quinn look for in a first-round pick?


O'HARA: Shead bringing his versatility to Detroit


Lang, offensive line moving on from last year


THE DAILY DRIVE: Lions LB Jarrad Davis looking forward to big second season


What will Lions' offense look like in 2018?


Lions sign free agent CB Raysean Pringle


Meet the Prospect: Sony Michel


Davis in favor of NFL's new helmet rule


THE DAILY DRIVE: Stafford's advice to top QB draft prospects: 'Have fun'


O'HARA'S 2018 DRAFT PREVIEW: Offensive line


Lions' offense could benefit from Blount's experience


Lions re-sign DE Ezekiel Ansah


O'HARA: Davis excited to work with Patricia


Stafford: Patricia bringing great energy to Lions


Ezekiel Ansah signs Detroit Lions franchise tag


Free agency roundup: Colts re-sign Christine Michael


Detroit Lions release TE Eric Ebron after four seasons


Matt Patricia not trying to be Bill Belichick in Detroit


Patriots DC Matt Patricia named head coach of Lions


Marvin Jones: Detroit Lions could have top NFL offense


Breaking down Cardinals, Colts, Giants, Lions coaching searches


Detroit Lions fire Jim Caldwell after missing playoffs


Who's safe? Who's out? NFC coaches on hot seat


Jim Caldwell: A little above average isn't good enough


Lions maul Bears, stay alive in postseason hunt


What to watch for in Bears-Lions, Chargers-Chiefs


Injuries: Matthew Stafford (hand) to start vs. Bucs


Matthew Stafford (hand) throws at Lions practice


Jim Caldwell on Lions' chances: 'Season's not over yet'