The Detroit Lions have been kings of the incompletion.
Not talking about passing here; talking about overall performance.
On select Sundays, the Lions will play perhaps 15, 20 minutes of decent football. On special occasions, they might squeeze out 30 minutes. Things could even get dicey and they might tease you with 45 minutes, just to mess with your mind.
Two years ago, the Lions were also kings of the incomplete season.
They sprinted out to a 6-2 start and folks who should know better started to talk about the playoffs.
Their hideous won/loss record in the 21st century has been pocked with weekly displays of incomplete football games.
Maybe they'll fall behind in monstrous fashion (often in the opening few minutes), only ...
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Article written by Greg Eno