On Tuesday morning, the Detroit Lions began selling single-game tickets, and they have already sold out two games prior to the day concluding. The team's Nov. 18 game against the Green Bay Packers, as well as the Thanksgiving Day game against the Houston Texans on Nov. 22, have officially sold-out.
In addition, the club's Dec. 22 Saturday night game against the Atlanta Falcons and Dec. 30 game against the Chicago Bears both have limited tickets remaining.
Lions sold out Packers (Nov. 18) game and Thanksgiving (Nov. 22) today. Limited tickets remain for Falcons (Dec. 22) and Bears (Dec. 30).— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) July 10, 2012
For a franchise that once lost every game for an entire season, the fact that they have almost sold out half of their available tickets for the 2012 season is an amazing feat.
Coming off the franchise's first playoff appearance in 12 years and boasting a roster full of young, talented players, it's clear that Detroit is interested in watching Lions football again.