Detroit Lions: Winning Starts at Home

June 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Over the last few days, I've read some interesting posts regarding predictions on how the Lions are going to do in 2010.  No, this isn't going to be some bold prediction that can be laughed at or anyone accusing anyone else drinking Kool-Aid. 
I'd much rather focus the attention on a very important step the Lions must take before garnering any kind of success: Winning at home.
Since 1997, the Lions have gone 42-118 for a stellar winning percentage of .263.  1997 was also the last year the Lions had a winning record, and then the Millenator darkened the Detroit Lions' front door.
The last year the Lions had a double-digit win season was 1995 with a 10-6 record, which was Wayne Fontes' last winning season.  By 1997, he was gone, replaced by Bobby Ross.
One key aspect for a successful team is to protect their home turf.  Winning on the road will have to come later.  I want the boys in blue to get the fans back in their corner as well ...

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