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    Will the Lions Go 0-16? (10/12/15)

    By John Ewing Director of Research and Analytics @johnewing
    Will the Lions go 0-16?



    Detroit is now 0-5 after a 42-17 drubbing by Arizona. Considering the history of the franchise, which suffered the indignity of an 0-16 season in 2008, another winless campaign seems possible.

    Will the Lions go winless?

    It is highly improbable that Detroit goes 0-16 again. The Lions are already three point favorites at home against the Chicago Bears next week and have a 58.7 percent chance to win in Week 6.

    Over the final eleven games, Detroit is the projected favorites in four games (vs. Bears, vs. Raiders, at Saints and vs. 49ers).

    The chance that Detroit goes winless is 0.09 percent.

    The chance we see Jim Caldwell make this face again?



    100 percent.

    Chance the Lions Lose

    Opponent Chance of Losing
    vs. Bears 41.3%
    vs. Vikings 54.9%
    at Chiefs 61.8%
    at Packers 76.4%
    vs. Raiders 45.4%
    vs. Eagles 51.3%
    vs. Packers 69.2%
    at Rams 60.8%
    at Saints 48.5%
    vs. 49ers 35.0%
    at Bears 50.0%


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