Woeful Detroit Lions Reflect City's Troubles

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The Detroit Lions have the worst record in the NFL this year and have become yet another symbol of a sad and frustrating year for many in this city where little seems to be going right these days.

It isn't just that the Lions are losing. They face the prospect of becoming the first NFL team to lose every regular season game since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went 0-and-14 in 1976.

Pat Batcheller reports for member station WDET.



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