As the Lions pursue the worst season in sports history, I figure I might as well add to the pain, particularly having paid to go to a Lions game this season. Liveblog starts at 1:
Okay, for whatever reason, CoverItLive is slowing the site down terribly, so I'll just add in periodic thoughts the old-fashioned way. Sigh. So many extra clicks...
1:34 PM: Lions throw an interception! Of course they do.
1:29 PM: Thinking about NFL ownership, I've always wondered why nobody's ever copied the Green Bay model, especially in markets without the historical buy-in for pro sports. There's an argument to be made for the private capital necessary to bring a major franchise to an area, but it seems to have worked successfully for over 40 years in a tiny market that absolutely loves its team. Any thoughts?