Your latest dispatch from the world of optimistic sports-fan tattoos comes from right here in the mitten state, where a Detroit Lions fan is hoping for good luck on Friday the 13th.
Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford, Sr. has died.
Snow! At a football game!
Talk about turning tragedy into triumph. After breaking his arm in a car crash while trying to rescue two pizzas, Detroit Lions receiver Nate Burleson will get free DiGiorno pizza for a year. Sweet.
Judging by these photos, which a good-natured Nate Burleson just posted to his Instagram account, the Lions wideout was lucky to walk away from his falling pizza-induced car accident with just a broken arm.
We've all been there — two Hot and Readys in the front seat and you're just trying to keep up with the crazy traffic on 696 and then all of a sudden pizza's just flying every which-a-way. We know, Nate, we know.
A 21-year-old Detroit Lions fan is dead after running into open traffic and being struck by a city bus outside Ford Field. Here's the full report from Fox-2 Detroit; be sure to focus on how many times they use the phrase "by a bus."
The resilient, rough chuckles-enduring people of Detroit put up with dog poop air, crime-ring moms, crime-ring stray dogs, fake Koch evictions, and 1,001 other ills. But they refuse to sit through a Nickelback half-time show during this Thanksgiving's Lions-Packers game. Uninspired Canadian crap rock is where they…
Police released the 20-minute-long video of Detroit Lions President Tom Lewand's arrest on suspicion of DUI Friday night, showing Lewand struggling to hide he's reportedly two-and-a-half times over the legal limit. Gosh, we can't imagine why he'd be drinking.