Coming off another disappointing campaign, the Detroit Lions are planning to lower season ticket prices for the second year in a row. The Detroit...

Coming off another disappointing campaign, the Detroit Lions are planning to lower season ticket prices for the second year in a row. The Detroit News reports that the team only sold out half of its home games and ranked 31st out of 32 NFL teams in attendance for the 2009 season. Some of their games were blacked out, and they only averaged about 49,400 fans per home game. Season tickets go on sale today, February 17, and prices will be lowered for about 19,000 seats. While the team’s exact schedule for next season has not yet been released, the team will host the Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, New England Patriots, Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins, St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles at Ford Field.