5 Reasons why the Detroit Lions will host their first playoff game since 1993

The Detroit Lions may not have played on Sunday, but in a way they were the biggest winner in the NFC North for Week 10. The Lions  players were able to sit in the comfort of their own homes and watch all three of their NFC North rivals lose on the road. The Packers were annihilated by the Titans, the Vikings lost a close one to the Redskins, and the Bears rounded things out with a 26 point loss against the Buccaneers.

Because of the above results, the Lions are now tied with the Vikings for first place in the NFC North as both teams have a 5-4 overall record. At the moment, the tiebreaker for the division crown would go to the Lions because of their head to head win over the Vikings in Week 9, but we will ignore that because the teams play against each other on Thanksgiving Day.

The bottom line is the Lions have done enough this season to put themselves in position not only to make the NFL Playoffs, but to win their division.

Here is a list of 5 reasons why the Lions will host their first playoff game since 1993.

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