Lions Sellout Thanksgiving Game

For the first time in three home games, the Lions have achieved a sellout.

The Lions have avoided their first non-sellout of a Thanksgiving Day game in more than a decade, which means the game against Tennessee at 12:30 p.m. Thursday will be broadcast in local television markets on CBS (Channel 62 in Detroit).

With fewer than 1,000 tickets left unsold at Monday's deadline, the Lions were granted a 24-hour extension by the NFL. A Lions' spokesman said some tickets remain for the game after the Titans returned some of their allotment.

Even though the game is sold out, make sure to check in at Pride of Detroit on Thursday during the game to talk about everything that is happening.

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