The Detroit Lions have finally managed to break the NFL's second longest losing streak in league history. Now that the euphoria has settled, we can now reflect on what this victory means.
It means the Lions, the modern example of futility, will not break the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' record losing streak.
It means Matthew Stafford will not have to look over his shoulder for fear of being replaced by Daunte Culpepper simply to break a losing streak.
It means the page has turned from a horrible 2008 season.
It means, for a week at least, the Washington Redskins can be the punch line.
It means the Lions can play the rest of the season for the future, not for the past.
The Lions may have a long way to go before reaching respectability, but at least they can ...
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