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Lions look like winners, top Tampa Bay

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For the first time in more than a decade, the Detroit Lions look like a good football team.

It’s only Week One, of course, and it’s too early to conclude that Detroit has finally fielded a winner. But it sure looked that way today in Tampa Bay, as the Lions beat the Buccaneers 27-20.

Tampa Bay jumped ahead early on an Aqib Talib pick-six, but the Lions controlled most of the game after that, and had a two-touchdown lead for most of the second half. It was only in the final two minutes of the game that the Lions began to look like the Lions of old, giving up a touchdown and committing a costly personal foul penalty to give the Buccaneers new life.

Tampa Bay still had a chance on the game’s final play, which featured a wild series of laterals: Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman completed a short pass to Earnest Graham, who lateraled to offensive lineman Donald Penn, who lateraled back to Freeman, who batted the ball back to Graham, who lateraled to Kellen Winslow, who lateraled to Preston Parker. Parker finally fumbled his own lateral attempt, and Louis Delmas recovered to end the game and give the Lions their win.

That silliness aside, the Lions’ defense played well, although not in the way you might expect: The Buccaneers’ offensive line actually did a pretty good job neutralizing Ndamukong Suh, and it was linebacker Stephen Tulloch who was flying all over the field, delivering hard hits and leading the defensive effort for Detroit.

The other story of the game was Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who completed 24 of 33 passes for 305 yards and three touchdowns. If Stafford can stay healthy and keep playing like that, the Lions are going to be a tough team to beat. We haven’t been able to say that in a long time.

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  1. suhisbetterthanu says: Sep 11, 2011 4:47 PM

    Looking good Lions. Would have liked to see us do a better job of closing the game out.

  2. gman41 says: Sep 11, 2011 4:48 PM

    10-6
    Wild Card

  3. arrogantathlete says: Sep 11, 2011 4:48 PM

    Yeah all the talk Tampa was going to the super bowl can stop as well. The fans continue to be in the right and not buy tickets.

  4. jamezz23 says: Sep 11, 2011 4:51 PM

    I don’t like how conservative lions got in the 4th. Maybe stafford cramping up had something to do with it but he only threw ths ball like twice the whole fourth quarter. Good win tho,

  5. sickpuppyz says: Sep 11, 2011 4:53 PM

    yeah…they are some winners alright….maybe we should wait to anoint them for teh SB till they actually win consistently against play off teams in the regular and post season.

  6. Peter Venkman says: Sep 11, 2011 4:54 PM

    Shouldn’t this story’s headline read “Stafford Actually Plays Entire Game”?

  7. cbrady2k says: Sep 11, 2011 4:55 PM

    Winners? They held on in a game when the Bucs OC proved how worthless he truly is. Inside 8-mins left with the ball at Det 11 yard line and down by two touchdowns do you…

    1) Since you have a 942lb QB you call a QB sneak
    2) Hand the ball off to your 5003lb RB that can leap tall buildings

    or

    3) Run a draw out of the shotgun formation to your FB?

    Guess what the moron Greg Olsen did? That’s right, draw play which ended predictably. This is just one of 890 bad plays he called this afternoon. He’s truly awful and I can only wish the worst for him.

  8. jaggedmark says: Sep 11, 2011 4:57 PM

    Stafford definitely looks like he could be a great QB

  9. turk2875 says: Sep 11, 2011 5:01 PM

    As long as Stafford stays healthy…..

  10. hatesycophants says: Sep 11, 2011 5:01 PM

    Count it. Pipe down, Bucs fan. You lost. Get used to it.

    Go Lions! Go Badgers!

  11. polegojim says: Sep 11, 2011 5:01 PM

    Great Job Lions!!!

    Many didn’t believe they could even win this game…and said Tampa Bay would destroy them.

    Yes, playoffs!!!

  12. polegojim says: Sep 11, 2011 5:02 PM

    @sickpuppy, peterv, and cbrad…. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    Last laugh here.

    Nuff said.

  13. seneca1ss says: Sep 11, 2011 5:09 PM

    offensive coordinator, Greg Olsen, is holding this offense back. we’re back in the same situation as when Dungy was coach. Head Coach doesn’t know what to do with the offensive talent

  14. sickpuppyz says: Sep 11, 2011 5:13 PM

    @polegojim – yeah…maybe you should wait till they finish a season with a winning record, or even better, play off spot or even better a SB. when was the last time Detroit had aw winning record…gosh its been so long ago that I can’t even remember…last play off appearance: 1999…that’s in a diff millennium!! but when your track record is so dismal being 1-0 is an achievement I guess. yeah keep laughing.

    btw, how many SB wins do the Detroit puttytats have?

  15. cbrady2k says: Sep 11, 2011 5:15 PM

    Nobody said Tampa would destroy Detroit or Tampa was going to the SB. You people in here are obviously stuck in Michigan for a reason, you’re too stupid to read a map on how to leave that hellhole.

    Detroit played fairly well, Tampa played pretty bad and the refs predictably, just like last year, decided that it was only TB that could could be called for PI.

    Detroit will be fine and Tampa can only play better. Tampa will be fighting for a wildcard by the end of the year and Detroit will be fighting the fires in their parking lot.

  16. sickpuppyz says: Sep 11, 2011 5:16 PM

    last laugh: from wikipedia:

    “The Lions have won four NFL Championships, the last in 1957, giving the club the second-longest NFL championship drought behind the Arizona Cardinals. The Lions are one of four current NFL teams that have yet to qualify for the Super Bowl. The 2008 Detroit Lions became the only team in NFL history to lose all 16 regular season games.”

    actually crying would be more appropriate!

  17. cosmicduster says: Sep 11, 2011 5:18 PM

    They are still at best the third best team in the NFC north.

  18. your6ringsaremeaninglessnow says: Sep 11, 2011 5:20 PM

    Stephen Tulloch and Justin Durant were huge pickups for the Lions in the offseason. The LB corp is solid for the first time since Spielman.

  19. houseofspears90 says: Sep 11, 2011 5:21 PM

    Sick,
    Way to jump back to the 0-16 routine because your team got handled today. Take away the pick 6 and the long kickoff return and this game is 27-10. Where are all the wonderful Bucs fans that guaranteed Talib would shutdown Calvin? How did that work out? I also love how Fox went out of their way to show how Suh was getting double teamed and chipped by the RB’s. Blount really came through with that “truck Suh” prediction. Did he mean in the parking lot with an actual truck? 5 for 15 yards. What a joke, go punch a Boise.

  20. mikewhorio says: Sep 11, 2011 5:26 PM

    Stafford’s numbers looked good in the end, but if you actually watched the game you saw he’s still an inaccurate passer with no touch. A better team would have capitalized on the Lions (and Stafford’s) mistakes.

  21. polegojim says: Sep 11, 2011 5:26 PM

    @sickpuppy – nice research… now you know more about the Lions than you did this morning…great job school boy, but a VERY weak comeback…. which also has nothing to do with this year nor today’s game nor our future. We don’t need your confidence, we have plenty of our own. Now… run along and post some other snarky downers on another blog. I’m sure you’ll be at it all day… or just keep doing research, you’ll be amazed at what some education can do for you.

    @Cbrad – sad you’re such an angry little person aren’t you? Maybe your underwear is too tight.
    The only hell hole is Ford Stadium for visitors.

    GO Lions!!!

  22. teal379 says: Sep 11, 2011 5:29 PM

    What’s being overlooked as well is the Lions won ON THE ROAD.

    Wasn’t always that they could win on the road.

  23. houseofspears90 says: Sep 11, 2011 5:33 PM

    To recap, Stafford was 24 of 33(72%), 305yds, 3TD and 1INT

    72% is inaccurate? He did have some bad throws, the pick 6 for sure, but where were all the rest? One of his 9 incompletes was a dropped TD in the endzone by Pettigrew that was a laser right in his hands.

  24. cbrady2k says: Sep 11, 2011 5:36 PM

    houseofspears90 says:Sep 11, 2011 5:21 PM

    Sick,
    Way to jump back to the 0-16 routine because your team got handled today. Take away the pick 6 and the long kickoff return and this game is 27-10. Where are all the wonderful Bucs fans that guaranteed Talib would shutdown Calvin? How did that work out? I also love how Fox went out of their way to show how Suh was getting double teamed and chipped by the RB’s. Blount really came through with that “truck Suh” prediction. Did he mean in the parking lot with an actual truck? 5 for 15 yards. What a joke, go punch a Boise.

    —————————–

    Take away the 4th and 3 blown coverage, the push offs and lacks of calls by the refs on Calvin and the retarded playcalling by Olsen on 4-and-1 then Bucs destroy Detroit. Also take away America developing the nuke and Hitler opening a second front and then we wouldn’t even have an NFL. Take away mans ability to control fire and we might not even have mankind. Take away the big bang and we’d be sitting in empty space without even so much as a planet.

  25. ratsofftoya says: Sep 11, 2011 5:37 PM

    The Roar has been RESTORED! Its gonna be a long Monday listening to Common.

  26. yatista says: Sep 11, 2011 5:37 PM

    “For the first time in more than a decade, the Detroit Lions look like a good football team.”

    How about the last 4 games last year???

  27. obamasballsack says: Sep 11, 2011 5:37 PM

    Two games in a row then they will get a little more ratings.

  28. gosuhgo says: Sep 11, 2011 5:38 PM

    It is only week 1, but lets rethink the NFC South being the toughest division in football. North is about to be 4-0, south is pushing for 0-4.

  29. alanesser says: Sep 11, 2011 5:39 PM

    It is interesting to me that there is so many lions haters on here. The lions dominated this game and the score is deceiving. For those who are scared, admit it instead of bashing them — makes you look ignorant. Go Lions and build off this win!

  30. marjorine1 says: Sep 11, 2011 5:47 PM

    Geez. The Lions looked good today. What’s with all the comment hate? I don’t get it. Sorry a team that has been down forever won’t be your doormat anymore. Heck, I saw the game, and it could have been a lot worse. Tampa is lucky they didn’t get blown out.

  31. staffordsyear says: Sep 11, 2011 5:50 PM

    Tampa looks like a decent team don’t get me wrong but the lions are obviously the better team. This game wasn’t as close as the score reads,the lions should have won by 2 tds if not for that tipped pass that tb returned for 7 early on, I thought tampas o-line did a fine job against the lions d-line and likewise for the lions.
    Freeman is a good qb but stafford is better and it helps with megatron and company. Lions d has some kinks to work out but theyll be fine. That bein said good game but the lions are clearly the better team.( for you that watched it know what I’m talking about)

  32. airraid77 says: Sep 11, 2011 6:01 PM

    the bigger story, which because of the absolute rediculous political correctness and the liberal media unwilling to criticize the leadership, think qb and hc, in tampa…..
    Tampa beat some of the worst team in recent history last year and one could argue…they should have lost 4 of those game…..
    FREEMAN IS NOT, and never will be an elite qb…anybody who actually watched the games last year, or even the game this year? knows that….JUST SAY IT…..
    wonder what duimegs excuse will this time…..they dont game plan the first game of the year…..literally that is what they were selling after the NE preseason game.

  33. cbrady2k says: Sep 11, 2011 6:03 PM

    ratsofftoya says:Sep 11, 2011 5:37 PM

    The Roar has been RESTORED!

    ————

    Yuck… Really that is the Lion’s motto? That’s truly awful and very very lame. You should feel embarrassed to have posted that.

  34. airraid77 says: Sep 11, 2011 6:05 PM

    roar is restored is better than will you be their propaganda.

  35. #nastyswaggedout says: Sep 11, 2011 6:24 PM

    cbrady2k…

    Somebodies mad…

  36. tigers182 says: Sep 11, 2011 6:31 PM

    The losing mentality of a team always falls back to saying things like “well, when was the last time your team won. . . ” Anything to make yourselves feel better about getting manhandled.
    Bucs got lucky w an interception for a touchdown and a kick return that only resulted in a field goal. Lions were not playing their A game either.

  37. staffordsyear says: Sep 11, 2011 6:46 PM

    Hey wheres than fat siragusasbelt at and talkin smack? (im assuming he’s fat) oh yeah the lions won! Probly got his tale between his legs.

  38. hamdiggitty says: Sep 11, 2011 6:56 PM

    Yeah right TAMPA….What….What now…You lost to us last year, and this year….. what does that say about your team…right now…not yester years…right now…. if the Lions are at the bottom of the barrel ya’ll must be under it…..WHAT….NEXT!!!!!!

    GO LIONS…GO BLUE…and MSU

  39. jonathanedwardk says: Sep 11, 2011 7:00 PM

    thought that Lions could have definitely opened it up in the 4th Quarter and made it an even bigger win. TB is a good team and it was in their house, so congrats.

    Disclaimer: I’m a Bears fan. Can’t wait to see how the NFC North shakes out, toughest division in football (3 out of the last 4 NFC Champ teams!)

  40. rashardmendenballs says: Sep 11, 2011 7:57 PM

    I am a Lions fan and the Lions brought their “B” game down to Tampa and they still controlled the Line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.

    The NFC North is by far the toughest division in football. The NFC South is a toss up if you ask me, and is the most overrated division in football.

  41. jdmp86 says: Sep 11, 2011 8:12 PM

    Delmas forced the fumble, Berry recovered it.

  42. fourthand20 says: Sep 11, 2011 8:31 PM

    A lopsided game that got aggravatingly too close due to the Lions playing too conservative in the 4th quarter and TB starting to get in the groove.

  43. Ted Skroback says: Sep 11, 2011 8:36 PM

    cbrady2k says:
    Sep 11, 2011 5:36 PM

    Take away the 4th and 3 blown coverage, the push offs and lacks of calls by the refs on Calvin and the retarded playcalling by Olsen on 4-and-1 then Bucs destroy Detroit. Also take away America developing the nuke and Hitler opening a second front and then we wouldn’t even have an NFL. Take away mans ability to control fire and we might not even have mankind. Take away the big bang and we’d be sitting in empty space without even so much as a planet.
    —————————————-

    Here is why you are an idiot. So basically take away the strategy of football is what you are implying and the Bucs would have won? 4th and 3 blown coverage? maybe if Talib wasn’t trying to pick CJ’s pocket and bit on the double move he would have been in better position (Translation: not blown coverage, bad coverage). Olsen being a moron, also not our problem, that is not some kind of fluke play that you can blame for the loss.

    Now what did happen was a complete outcoaching effort by the Lions staff, a huge difference in T.O.P. and the Bucs literally couldnt move on offense until the Lions had a comfortable lead and started playing off coverage with a lot of cover 4. Thats the only reason the Bucs moved at the end of the 4th dink and dunk waste time on the clock.

    Really from all angles the game wasn’t flashy but it was under control the entire time, and just like anything in life when you feel helpless it hurts a lot more, I would know I’m a Lions fan thats normally my feeling… Now I would love to hear your educated response or are we going to blame it on if only Matt Stafford didn’t throw the ball and ran it the Bucs may have had a chance. Check Mate

  44. chace1986 says: Sep 11, 2011 9:04 PM

    First off, let me say, congrats to Detroit on the victory. This wasnt the refs the beat the Bucs but a good performance from a quality team in the Lions. Now, withe the fans saying “everyone who said the Bucs were going to the SB can shut up” and “everyone though the Bucs were going to win”…..where did you hear any of this??? Most of the experts on ESPN, PFT, and NFL.com/NFL Network had not only Detroit winning…but had them in a wild card spot. 2% of them had the Bucs even making it to the playoffs. I spend time around bucs fans…and there is some optomism on how we can do this year…but i rarely hear “were going to the SB” even the most homer of fans. So the world was against us attitude here…is COMPLETELY OUT OF PLACE, LOINS FANS. At this point in the season, the Lions are the better team…hands down…but I would have loved to have seen this game in week 15 again…with all of Tamps youngster with at least half a season of experience on defense…it would have been a better contest. My last point…It is in no way clear the Matt Stafford is a “better QB” than Freeman as stated earlier. Stafford made some good throws today…but he also had FOREVER to throw and there were at least 5 time where he just threw it up to Megatron. Any QB can do that….Stafford played no better than Drew Stanton did last year…he just happened to play against the same crappy defense. The lions are the better team…but Stafford is not the better QB…right now. In time he could be….but Freeman has accomplished more…like playing 16 games and having a winning season in which he had to single handedly win almost every game.

  45. hamdiggitty says: Sep 11, 2011 9:18 PM

    @Ted Skroback….LMAO good one…..cbrady2k….just got off the boat….if i’m not mistaking there offense scored wit under 2:00 left in the game.

    GO LIONS…GO BLUE…and MSU

  46. sws222 says: Sep 11, 2011 9:32 PM

    All the Lions haters come from the same mind-set as high schoolers who find the small, weak kid they’ve been picking on for years has taken some self-defense classes, and they can’t kick their butt anymore and take their lunch money. Payback’s a BI%@H!

  47. cbrady2k says: Sep 11, 2011 9:36 PM

    Hey Ted,

    You’re obviously a very stupid person so it’s hard for someone such as myself to respond at such a low level that you can understand it, but basically I was making fun of your Michigan Masturbation Buddy (MMB for short) for saying that the game wasn’t big enough of a victory for Detroit. See if you read my post you’ll see it got more absurd as it went along, thus the point of making fun of the tards that play the ‘what if’ game. My problem isn’t with Detroit, they played well and Tampa played a bad game. Detroit is a mediocre team that will most likely collapse when Stafford gets injured again and they’re forced to trade a 3rd round pick to Pittsburgh to bring Charlie Batch back.

    No my only real problem today was with the Bucs OC who, like you, is mentally disabled and shouldn’t have a job above the middle school JV-level.

    To go back to it there is no hatred towards the Lions since no one cares about the Lions. The Lions fans are stupid and lame, it’s fun picking on them but I can only play a bully for so long — I look forward to the challenge in the future.

    Now that we got that done with return to the remains of your burned out house, setup your defensive perimeter for the evening and try to keep your wife/children/other from being raped.

  48. ratsofftoya says: Sep 11, 2011 10:02 PM

    cbrady2k says:
    Sep 11, 2011 6:03 PM
    ratsofftoya says:Sep 11, 2011 5:37 PM

    The Roar has been RESTORED!

    ————

    Yuck… Really that is the Lion’s motto? That’s truly awful and very very lame. You should feel embarrassed to have posted that.

    I have one thing to say to you dude, Go piss up a rope!

  49. jamezz23 says: Sep 11, 2011 10:09 PM

    There are some mad bucs fans on this board, holy smokes. Just take your beating the last two years and stop crying. You got all your yards in garbage time when we were in our prevent defense, and last years 10-6 team played the easiest schedule in the nfl. The bucs are far from proven.

  50. dewalt2990 says: Sep 11, 2011 10:28 PM

    did Blount even play? lol. This game shouldnt have even been close…TB fans should be glad they werent embarrassed more than they were. Lions are just getting warmed up.

  51. Ted Skroback says: Sep 11, 2011 11:54 PM

    cbrady2k,

    Your writing already proves to me that I am far from being the mentally disabled one out of the two of us.

    I’ll continue to finish the argument and put you in checkmate again with this… Yes you are correct (I am agreeing with you here so brace yourself) that this was not a huge victory it is just one, but one game sure made the difference last year… glad we could help your team be in the same place ours was during the playoffs last year

  52. Soulman45 says: Sep 12, 2011 1:51 AM

    THE GREAT DETROIT LIONS look great with a QB and WO the the Bucs could not match up with.
    The line play was a wash but the offense was all Detroit the LB’S was Detroit that was the difference in the game.

  53. silkyjohnson937 says: Sep 12, 2011 2:03 AM

    I can sum this game up for everybody: bucs offense started slow as usual, bucs defense was on the field WAY too long. First quarter time of possesion detroit 12:30 min tampa bay 2:30 min. The bucs offense didnt move the ball any in the first half until the 2min drill and didnt move the ball until 10min left in the fourth. Olsen needs to find a way to get the offense rhythm earlier in games. I dont know why everyone is so bitter good game played by detroit. Go bucs!

  54. honolulubluekoolaid says: Sep 12, 2011 6:39 AM

    I agree Ted,

    As Lions fans, we have taken alot of grief over the years. We won a game, and look to win alot more. Now these haters just want to talk trash even though they lost. What shows they are really grasping at straws is that they have to resort to the non-football slander (burned out houses,etc). How ignorant can these people be? They are probably 12 yrs old anyway (although, I do know 12 yrs olds more intelligent).

  55. bigboi30 says: Sep 12, 2011 8:04 AM

    @cbrady2k

    Im not looking for a fight, war of words, or a 2 yr old back n fourth name calling. All I see is a crybaby attitude from a sore loser. Lets look at the facts. Detroit is on a 5 game win streak stemming from last year (9 if you want to include the preseason, I dont). 2 games in that streak belong to the Bucs (at Tampa Bay no less).
    Now your comment that Detroit will fold, if we loose Stafford. Who did we win those games with? Our back up Shaun Hill, and aginst the Bucs last year, our third string QB, Drew Stanton.
    Listen, yes the roar is restored and is only going to get louder. Im not with the playoff hype or even the SB hype. We do have more to prove. But, not even you can deny, Detroit was the better team this Sunday.
    Im sure you will try and talk down on me but in the end Detroit beat Tampa Bay. Detroit is 1-0 and the Bucs are 0-1. Its time to grow up, move on and get ready for week 2. I wish you well good sir.

  56. suhnami says: Sep 12, 2011 9:10 AM

    Facts:

    TOP-

    Detroit – 36:25
    Tampa – 23:35

    Total Yards –

    Detroit – 431
    Tampa – 315

    Penalties –

    Detroit – 8 – 68 yards
    Tampa – 6 – 39 yards

    However you want to look at this, simply put Detroit out played Tampa. Bucs fans can sit on here and whine and complain and act like tough guys talking trash about the Lions, the city of Detroit, and the state of Michigan all they want.

    You’ve lost to Detroit twice in the past 9 months, both AT HOME. You hate on the city of Detroit? You guys were a 10 win team last year and finished second to last in Home attendance hahaha (even below the lowly Lions you make so much fun of) not to mention being far and away the LOWEST attendance week 1 this year at only 78% capacity, the second lowest being over 86% capacity.

    London anyone???

  57. bigboi30 says: Sep 12, 2011 10:07 AM

    Oh and I almost forgot, you all make fun of us and how bad we are and how bad our city is. But you lost to us, so what does that make you now. Hmmmmm ouch lol

    GO LIONS!!!!!!!!!

  58. redruckus81 says: Sep 12, 2011 1:56 PM

    cbrady2k says:
    Sep 11, 2011 6:03 PM
    ratsofftoya says:Sep 11, 2011 5:37 PM

    The Roar has been RESTORED!

    ————

    Yuck… Really that is the Lion’s motto? That’s truly awful and very very lame. You should feel embarrassed to have posted that.

    ——-

    as opposed to the Buc’s “Sell one out for Lee Roy… please please sell one out”

    Truly sad when a good team with playoff aspirations still cant sell out their home opener.

  59. trilbilly says: Sep 12, 2011 2:07 PM

    The Buc’s problem is the same as it was last year. You can’t wait until the middle of the 3rd quarter to show up and start playing offense and the defense needs to get off the field on 3rd down.

    Hey they’re still young. Rookie MLB, Rookies at DE, 2 – 2nd year DT’s both coming off some pretty severe injuries. If I was a Lions fan (and I once was) I would be a little nervous that they only won by 7 points.

    Megatron was the real difference maker. Without him the Lions would go nowhere. He makes Stafford look a lot better than he is. Lose him and the Lions won’t even sniff the playoffs

  60. aetsrs3 says: Sep 12, 2011 6:39 PM

    Sickpipz wrote: “last laugh: from wikipedia:

    “The Lions have won four NFL Championships, the last in 1957, giving the club the second-longest NFL championship drought behind the Arizona Cardinals. The Lions are one of four current NFL teams that have yet to qualify for the Super Bowl. The 2008 Detroit Lions became the only team in NFL history to lose all 16 regular season games.”

    actually crying would be more appropriate!”

    Now that you’ve researched the Lions history, why don’t you research your own teams history. Does 0-26 ring a bell? The Bucs have one of the most pathetic histories in all of football. I can’t believe you have the nerve to talk bad about the Lions history being a Bucs fan. A team that’s won 4 championships, as you stated to your 1. And if you think they don’t count or something because they’re from the 50’s, then I guess 9 0f the Packers 13 championships dont count either. And the Celtics championship won Bill Russel and don’t count, LOL.

    Your franchise started with a 26 game losing streak and has won 1 championship. You have no argument against a franchise with 4 championships.

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