DETROIT (WWJ) – In celebration of tonight’s Monday Night Football game as Detroit hosts Baltimore, Lion’s officials are looking for a “One Pride Blue Out” as they encourage all fans to wear blue to the game.

Former Lions quarterback Rodney Peete remembers that Monday night games are special.

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“The first Monday night game that we had when I was here in Detroit after my second year, was playing the Los Angeles Raiders, here in Detroit on Monday night, and I knew everybody was going to be watching,” recalled Peete.

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Peete recalls being so excited that he “threw-up” about five times before the game. Hear all the action on our sister station — 97-1 the Ticket beginning at 6:40 p.m.

The Detroit Lions incited pandemonium at Ford Field two seasons ago when they took care of the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football with a home crowd so rowdy and raucous that the Bears false-started nine times.

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