From MLive.com. In the preseason, the Lions will be on the road for the first two games -- Aug. 14 at Pittsburgh (7:30 p.m.) and Aug. 21 at Denver (9 p.m.). The third and fourth weeks of the preseason are at home Aug. 28 against Cleveland (5:30 p.m.) and Sept. 2 against Buffalo (7 p.m.).
Here is the Lions' full schedule (Home games in bold):
Sunday, Sept. 12 -- at Chicago L 31-17
Sunday, Sept. 19 -- Philadelphia L 24-20
Sunday, Sept. 26 -- at Minnesota L 23-21
Sunday, Oct. 3 -- at Green Bay L 35-10
Sunday, Oct. 10 -- St. Louis W 27-21
Sunday, Oct. 17 -- at N.Y. Giants L 28-17
Sunday, Oct. 24 -- BYE
Sunday, Oct. 31 -- Washington L 17-14
Sunday, Nov. 7 -- N.Y. Jets L 31-3
Sunday, Nov. 14 -- at Buffalo W 21-17
Sunday, Nov. 21 -- at Dallas L 30-17
Thursday, Nov. 25 -- New England L 42-28
Sunday, Dec. 5 -- Chicago L 27-24
Sunday, Dec. 12 -- Green Bay L 30-20
Sunday, Dec. 19 -- at Tampa Bay W 14-13
Sunday, Dec. 26 -- at Miami L 24-10
Sunday, Jan. 2 -- Minnesota L 33-28
Interesting schedule. The only cold weather game we have is vs the Bills. Brutal start, we could be 1-5 heading into the bye. Gotta beat the Rams, right? Don't like our odds vs a fresh Bears team at home. The immense genious of the Mad Scientist and the sharp picks and shovels of the outstanding willed NimRod will prove too much for us in week one. After the break we face an Iggles team with McNabb instead of Campbell. Not good. Bills offer hope for win number two, but being away from home and in the cold could be enough of an excuse for Lions to lay down. We should beat Duh Bears at home, their D will be all beat up and tired by then. Martz scares me though. There are no guarantees for the Lions. The Buccos may be beatable. So I see us finishing with a 3 win effort = FAIL.
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