Local company creates t-shirts demanding Ford family sell Detroit Lions

When the Detroit Lions fired Jim Caldwell after back to back 9-7 seasons, general manager Bob Quinn made it clear that just going 9-7 was unacceptable.

Well, Caldwell's replacement, Matt Patricia, has been much worse as he is now 9-20-1 with two remaining in his second season with the Lions.

That being said, this is nothing new for Lions fans, who have suffered greatly ever since William Clay Ford Sr. purchased the team in 1963. In fact, since that time, the Lions have won just a single playoff game.

Because of that futility, a growing number of Lions fans have begun to demand that the Ford family sell the team.

Now, you can help support that cause by purchasing and wearing the newest “Sell The Team” t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, and more, which are being sold by a local company called, The D Line.

Yes, these are the same ‘Sell The Team' shirts that were shown during today's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Here is what the product looks like.

If you are interested in purchasing one of these products, or any of the others which The D Line has available, please click here.

Note: There are tons of different products available with the “Sell The Team” print, so make sure to browse the site!

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