The Detroit Lions have clinched a playoff berth for the first time since the 2011 season, that much is known as there is still much to be worked out. Detroit, after whatever happens in next Sunday’s game, could be anywhere from the No. 1 to No. 6 seed in the NFC. Which makes their division rival showdown with the Green Bay Packers this Sunday at Lambeau Field very significant. A win at Lambeau for the Lions means a better seeding in the playoffs with a chance to be as high as the No. 1, seed but a loss will mean the Lions will have to play on the road for the duration of the playoffs.
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If the Detroit Lions can somehow find a way to beat Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, who are currently 7-0 at Lambeau Field this season, in Green Bay this Sunday the Lions will win the NFC North division and be guaranteed a home game potentially in the Wild Card or Divisional round, depending the outcome of games featuring Arizona, Seattle, and Dallas.
Currently, Detroit Lions playoff tickets for their potential home playoff game at Ford Field have a current average price of $260.59 on the secondary market, a 67.8% jump compared to the Detroit’s regular season home average which is $155.23. The get-in price for their potential home playoff game is $126, a 162.5% increase compared to their last home game as their December 14th matchup with Minnesota had a get-in price of $48.
After a couple of early season losses to teams they probably should have beaten, the Detroit Lions have been rolling ever since and enter this Sunday’s showdown with the Packers on a four-game winning streak, but against mediocre opponents. The Lions have tough task ahead of them as they will try to become the first team this season to beat the Packers in Green Bay. The bright spot for the Lions, is either way they will be playing another football game after Week 17 this season.