The Detroit Lions now know who they will play Sunday in the NFL playoffs, and who their opponents will be during the 2015 season.
Owned and operated by the NFL’s Detroit Lions, the bowl replaced the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl, which had been played in Detroit under various names since 1997.
We’ll livestream it right here on CBSDetroit.com.
After holding off challenges from Toledo and Western Michigan within the division, Northern Illinois had little trouble in its long-awaited rematch with the Falcons.
During the second quarter of last night’s Jets vs Bills game at Ford Field, Buffalo WR Robert Woods made a spectacular one-handed catch in the second quarter.
The Bills are technically hosting the Jets on Monday night when the two teams face off at Ford Field in Detroit.
Die-hard football fans lined up outside Ford Field in Detroit as early at midnight on Sunday to get what was left of the tickets for Monday night’s matchup between the Bills and Jets.
The general public will have an opportunity to secure free tickets to Monday’s game via Flash Seats beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
What better way then picking them up on snowmobiles?
Jim Schwartz is the defensive coordinator for the Bills, Marty Mornhinweg the offensive coordinator for the Jets.