What is the Detroit Lions record in the last 10 years?
The Detroit Lions had a 4-12 record in 2012.
When did the Lions go Owen 16?
|2008 Detroit Lions season|
|General manager||Matt Millen (Fired Week 4) Martin Mayhew (interim)|
|Home field||Ford Field|
What was Detroit Lions best year?
Lions seasons The 1991 Detroit Lions season was the franchise’s 62nd season in the National Football League, their 58th as the Detroit Lions. It stands as the team’s best season since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970.
Did Dan Orlovsky go 0 16?
Orlovsky is responsible for possibly the dumbest play in NFL history. Dan Orlovsky saw his most action in 2008 on the Detroit Lions, the same team that ended the year 0-16. Orlovsky, who played two games as a rookie in 2005 but didn’t see action in 2006 or 2007, didn’t play terribly in his 10 games.
What’s the Detroit Lions record?
|Year||Record||Finish (Regular / Post Season)|
|2019||3-12-1||4th — NFC North|
|2018||6-10-0||4th — NFC North|
|2017||9-7-0||2nd — NFC North|
|2016||9-7-0||2nd — NFC North|
What was Detroit Lions best record?
January 5, 1992 – Detroit Lions 38, Dallas Cowboys 6 That win started a season ending six game winning streak and gave the Lions their best record ever at 12-4.
How many times have the Lions had a winning record?
The Lions play in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL) and have won four NFL championships (1935, 1952, 1953, and 1957).
When was the last time the Detroit Lions had a winning record?
The 1991 Lions won a team-record 12 regular-season games before winning a single playoff affair en route to a 41-10 NFC Championship Game loss to the Washington Redskins. The 38-6 divisional-round victory over the Dallas Cowboys remains the franchise’s only postseason win since 1957.