Greatest Lions Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Detroit football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1992 Divisional Round vs Dallas - Postseason Party
1997 Regular Season vs New York - Barry Blows Past 2,000
2012 Regular Season vs Atlanta - Megatron Sets the Record
2013 Regular Season vs Dalla - "Clock! Clock! Clock!"

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1992 Divisional Round
Postseason Party
Detroit vs Dallas
38 - 6
January 5, 1992
Pontiac Silverdome, Detroit, MI
Detroit's first, and currently last, postsesaon victory since 1957. Detroit beat the soon to be dominant force of the 90's Dallas team. Kramer scored 3 touchdowns and Sanders iced the game in the 4th with one of his signature long runs.
1997 Regular Season
Barry Blows Past 2,000
Detroit vs New York
13 - 10
December 21, 1997
Pontiac Silverdome, Detroit, MI
You can have a different opinion, but that opinion would be wrong - Barry Sanders is the greatest running back of all time. In front of a home crowd, Sanders reached the 2,000 yard mark and on the very next play broke loose for 53 yards, finishing the season with 2,053 yards and league MVP.
2012 Regular Season
Megatron Sets the Record
Detroit vs Atlanta
31 - 18
December 22, 2012
Ford Field, Detroit, MI
Calvin "Megatron" Johnson is one of the greatest recievers to ever play the game. He spent his entire career in Detroit and in a losing year, gave fans something to celebrate. Surpassing the legendary Jerry Rice as the single-season yards leader is a moment fans will always cherish.
2013 Regular Season
"Clock! Clock! Clock!"
Detroit vs Dallas
31 - 30
October 27, 2013
Ford Field, Detroit, MI
One of the greatest games in history, a true battle between Detroit and Dallas. Megatron's 329 yards sometimes gets lost in memory because the real highlight was Stafford's winning play. Calling for "clock!", he rushes to the ball and with some impromptu, lunges over the line for the winning score.