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What the Lions loss mean

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The Lions broke the record for most consecutive losses in a season.

The previous record owner was the Carolina Panthers. Carolina went 1-15 in 2001.

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They have 17 losses in a row, going back to the last game of last year. If they lose the first 10 games next year, they will have the longest losing streak ever. (Tampa Bay 26)

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They have 17 losses in a row, going back to the last game of last year. If they lose the first 10 games next year, they will have the longest losing streak ever. (Tampa Bay 26)

I meant in one season

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Still doesn't negate our 1-15 season. We needed that season to make us who we are today.

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We needed that season to make us who we are today.

"We" being the team or the fans?

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Team - our fans haven't changed much IMO

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lions at 0-16 means that the Panthers, divisional champs and 2nd seed in the NFC barely eeked out a victory at home against the worst team in NFL history as far as single season records go.

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lions at 0-16 means that the Panthers, divisional champs and 2nd seed in the NFC barely eeked out a victory at home against the worst team in NFL history as far as single season records go.

Right. That's NFL parity. No team is really that bad. And no team is really that good.

It's a hard concept for a lot of people, but any team really can lose on any given Sunday.

It's not like in college, where Florida and Oklahoma only play about 4 games a year they could actually lose. Every team in the NFL has good players.

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Now that they have that record I hope they win the NFCN next year. They have done enough losing and its my sincere hope that none of the guys who had to endure this season ever have to play on a team with a losing record again.

That's got to be like getting kicked in the nuts by Jet Li every day for 4 months.

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not yet confirmed but Morty just said Marinelli is out.

--It was a brief and rare moment that ESPN wasn't talking about the Dallas Cowboys this morning so I actually was paying attention

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The loss also means that the bucs are no longer the only team in NFL history to go winless in a season.

so, they have that going for them.

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lions at 0-16 means that the Panthers, divisional champs and 2nd seed in the NFC barely eeked out a victory at home against the worst team in NFL history as far as single season records go.

a 9 point win is not a barely eked out win. get a clue.

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