Dec 16, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions fans hold up a sign for wide receiver Calvin Johnson (not pictured) during the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions vs. New York Giants Ticket Giveaway: Contest Details

The Detroit Lions’ playoff chances may look bleaker now than they have at any other point this season but this isn’t the end of their Road to MetLife Stadium where this season’s Super Bowl will be held. They need some help but really need to help themselves by getting a win over the New York Giants on Sunday and SideLion Report is giving you the chance to see it in person. That’s right, SLR is giving away a pair of tickets to Sunday’s game.

The 5-9 Giants have had even more turnover problems than the Lions. If the Lions are looking for an opportunity to correct their turnover epidemic while forcing a few of their own, this could be the week. Matthew Stafford’s 17 interceptions feel like a lot but pale in comparison to the 25 Eli Manning has thrown this year. While the Lions have managed to play just two turnover-free games this year, the Giants haven’t been able to do that at all this season.

All you need to do to enter is tweet @SideLionReport using the hashtag #Road2MetLifeStadium with what you think the Lions need to do to get back on the Road to MetLife Stadium. There is no right or wrong answer so don’t let that keep you from tweeting your entry.

Time is of the essence to choose a winner and get you your tickets so send your tweet no later than 9:00 p.m. ET tonight. The winner will be notified after the close of the contest and asked to provide their mailing address.

If you aren’t already on Twitter, you can create a free account in order to participate in the contest.

In the spirit of full-disclosure, MetLife as part of the Road to MetLife Stadium Preferred Blogger Program has provided me access to MetLife Stadium-related events and reader giveaways prizes. However, no payment was given or expected for posting about the program, and as always, all opinions given here are fully my own.

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