This Sunday, the Detroit Lions will suit up to play the Green Bay Packers on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. Lambeau Field is not a friend to the Lions. They haven't won a game there since 1991, chalking up 17 straight losses while surrounded by cheeseheads. This year, though, there's something extra going on. The Detroit Lions' final game of 2008 was an away game against the Packers. Do you remember what happened to the Detroit Lions in their final game of 2008? They do. A little more than half the Lions' roster has been turned over from last year, so this doesn't apply to them. But as for the holdovers? Don't think for a moment they've forgotten the feeling they had in the freezing cold air at Lambeau Field as the final seconds ticked away on their last chance to save face. It was a ...
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