Latest Update: Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Everything You Need to Know…

Latest Update: Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Everything You Need to Know…

In a significant milestone, the Detroit Lions find themselves in the NFC divisional playoff round after a hiatus of over thirty years. The upcoming Sunday afternoon is set to witness the convergence of tens of thousands of fans in downtown Detroit, creating an atmosphere of celebration and camaraderie.

Even for those not attending the game, the allure of being downtown to share in the festivities is undeniable. Here’s a complete overview of the impending clash.

Game Information:

Scheduled to kick off at 3 p.m., the Lions enter the game as favorites with a 6.5-point advantage, as per the Vegas betting lines.

Ford Field Information:

For those planning to attend, gates will open three hours before the game, as indicated by the Lions. To ensure a smooth experience, a list of prohibited items and frequently asked questions can be found on the Ford Field website.

Pregame celebrations and watch parties:

While an official Lions pregame celebration on Brush Street won’t be held for this particular game, numerous bars across metro Detroit are organizing pregame parties featuring special offers on drinks and food. Additionally, citywide tailgating is set to enhance the overall experience.

A comprehensive list of watch parties can be found on our website.


For convenient parking, Ford Field lots are available at a rate of $50, with additional parking options surrounding the stadium. Alternatively, patrons can park in various city locations and utilize shuttles from bars or take advantage of the QLine service from Midtown Detroit through the park-and-ride program.

History Between the Teams:

In a rematch from earlier in the year, the Lions faced the Buccaneers in Week 6, securing a decisive 20-6 victory on the road in Tampa Bay. Jared Goff played a pivotal role, throwing for 353 yards and two touchdowns, while Detroit’s defense limited Tampa Bay to a mere 46 yards rushing and 205 yards passing.

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