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{{Infobox NFL season
 
| logo =
 
| logo =
 
| team = Detroit Lions
 
| team = Detroit Lions
 
| year = 1970
 
| year = 1970
| record = 10-4
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| record = 10–4
 
| division_place = 2nd [[NFC Central]]
 
| division_place = 2nd [[NFC Central]]
| coach = [[Joe Schmidt]]
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| coach = [[Joe Schmidt (American football)|Joe Schmidt]]
 
| stadium = Tiger Stadium
 
| stadium = Tiger Stadium
| playoffs = Lost Wild Card
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| playoffs = Lost [[1970–71 NFL playoffs|Divisional Playoffs]] (at [[1970 Dallas Cowboys season|Cowboys]]) 0–5
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| shortnavlink = Lions seasons
 
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The '''[[1970 NFL season|1970]] [[Detroit Lions]] season''' was the 41st season in franchise history.
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The '''[[1970 NFL season|1970]] [[Detroit Lions]] season''' was the 41st season in franchise history. With a record of 10–4, the Lions finished in second place in the NFC Central and qualified for the postseason for the first time since their championship season in 1957. The Lions fell 5–0 to the [[Dallas Cowboys]] in the lowest scoring game in NFL playoff history. One unusual loss during the regular season was to the New Orleans Saints on Week 8. The Lions had a 17–16 lead with only 2 seconds left, but Saints kicker Tom Dempsey booted a then-record 63-yard field goal as time expired to give the Saints a 19–17 win.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nfl/det/lions.html|title=Detroit Lions (1934-Present)|website=www.sportsecyclopedia.com}}</ref>
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==NFL Draft==
 
==NFL Draft==
 
{|class="wikitable" width="80%"
 
{|class="wikitable" width="80%"
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| '''Round''' || '''Pick''' || '''Player''' || '''Position''' || '''Team'''
 
| '''Round''' || '''Pick''' || '''Player''' || '''Position''' || '''Team'''
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
| 1 ||19 ||Steve Owens||Running Back|| [[1969 Oklahoma Sooners football team|Oklahoma]]
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| 1 ||19 ||[[Steve Owens (American football)|Steve Owens]]||Running back|| [[1969 Oklahoma Sooners football team|Oklahoma]]
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
| 2 ||45 ||Ray Parson||Tackle||Minnesota
 
| 2 ||45 ||Ray Parson||Tackle||Minnesota
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|3||71||Jim H. Mitchell||Defensive End||Virginia State
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|3||71||Jim H. Mitchell||Defensive end||Virginia State
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|5||123||Bob Parker||Guard||Memphis
 
|5||123||Bob Parker||Guard||Memphis
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|6||149||Tony Terry||Defensive Tackle||Southern California
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|6||149||Tony Terry||Defensive tackle||Southern California
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|7||175||Ken Geddes||Linebacker||Nebraska
 
|7||175||Ken Geddes||Linebacker||Nebraska
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|9||227||Herman Weaver||Punter||Tennessee
 
|9||227||Herman Weaver||Punter||Tennessee
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|10||253||Bruce Maxwell||Running Back||Arkansas
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|10||253||Bruce Maxwell||Running back||Arkansas
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|11||279||Roger Laird||Defensive Back||Kentucky State
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|11||279||Roger Laird||Defensive back||Kentucky State
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|12||305||Emanuel Murrell||Defensive Back||California Polytechnic State
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|12||305||Emanuel Murrell||Defensive back||California Polytechnic State
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|13||331||Dave Haverdick||Defensive Tackle||Morehead State
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|13||331||Dave Haverdick||Defensive tackle||Morehead State
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|14||357||Charlie K. Brown||Wide Receiver||Northern Arizona
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|14||357||Charlie K. Brown||Wide receiver||Northern Arizona
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|15||383||Bob Haney||Tackle||Idaho
 
|15||383||Bob Haney||Tackle||Idaho
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|16||409||Jerry Todd||Defensive Back||Memphis
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|16||409||Jerry Todd||Defensive back||Memphis
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
 
|- align="center" bgcolor=""
|17||435||Jesse Marshall||Defensive Tackle||Centenary
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|17||435||Jesse Marshall||Defensive tackle||Centenary
|}<ref>http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1970.htm</ref>
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|}<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1970.htm|title=1970 NFL Draft Listing - Pro-Football-Reference.com|website=Pro-Football-Reference.com}}</ref>
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==Roster==
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{| class="toccolours" style="text-align: left;"
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|-
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! colspan="7" style="background-color:#006DB0;color:#C3C6CC;text-align:center" | Detroit Lions roster
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|-
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| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Quarterbacks'''
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{{NFLplayer|11|Greg Landry}}
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{{NFLplayer|19|Bill Munson}}
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'''Running Backs'''
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{{NFLplayer|40|Nick Eddy}}
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{{NFLplayer|24|Mel Farr}}
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{{NFLplayer|23|Phil Odle}}
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{{NFLplayer|36|Steve Owens|d=American football|rookie=y}}
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{{NFLplayer|42|Altie Taylor}}
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{{NFLplayer|38|Bill Triplett}}
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'''Wide Receivers'''
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{{NFLplayer|81|Charlie Brown|link=no|rookie=y}}
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{{NFLplayer|85|Chuck Hughes}}
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{{NFLplayer|25|Earl McCullouch}}
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{{NFLplayer|49|Larry Walton}}
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'''Tight Ends'''
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{{NFLplayer|87|Craig Cotton}}
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{{NFLplayer|88|Charlie Sanders}}
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| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Offensive Linemen'''
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{{NFLplayer|54|Ed Flanagan|d=American football|C}}
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{{NFLplayer|76|Rocky Freitas|T}}
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{{NFLplayer|68|Frank Gallagher|d=American football|G}}
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{{NFLplayer|66|Bob Kowalkowski|G}}
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{{NFLplayer|67|Rocky Rasley|G}}
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{{NFLplayer|73|Roger Shoals|T}}{{NFLplayer|71|Chuck Walton|G}}
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{{NFLplayer|75|Jim Yarbrough|T}}
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'''Defensive Linemen'''
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{{NFLplayer|72|Dan Goich|DT}}
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{{NFLplayer|74|Larry Hand|DT}}
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{{NFLplayer|71|Alex Karras|DT}}
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{{NFLplayer|83|Jim Mitchell|d=defensive lineman|DE}}
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{{NFLplayer|84|Joe Robb|DE}}
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{{NFLplayer|82|Jerry Rush|DT}}
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| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Linebackers'''
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{{NFLplayer|53|Mike Lucci}}
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{{NFLplayer|62|Ed Mooney}}
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{{NFLplayer|50|Paul Naumoff}}
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{{NFLplayer|58|Bill Saul}}
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{{NFLplayer|55|Wayne Walker}}
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'''Defensive Backs'''
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{{NFLplayer|20|Lem Barney|CB}}
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{{NFLplayer|44|Dick LeBeau|CB}}
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{{NFLplayer|47|Wayne Rasmussen|FS}}
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{{NFLplayer|48|Tom Vaughn|d=American football|FS}}
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{{NFLplayer|28|Mike Weger|SS}}
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{{NFLplayer|45|Bobby Williams|d=defensive back}}
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'''Special Teams'''
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{{NFLplayer|12|Errol Mann|K}}
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{{NFLplayer|18|Herman Weaver|rookie=y|P}}
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| style="width: 25px;" |
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| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Reserve Lists'''
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* ''Currently vacant''
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<small>''Rookies in italics''</small><br />
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|-
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|}
   
 
==Regular season==
 
==Regular season==
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===Schedule===
 
===Schedule===
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
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| September 20, 1970
 
| September 20, 1970
 
| at [[Green Bay Packers]]
 
| at [[Green Bay Packers]]
| W 40-0
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| W 40–0
 
| <center>56,263</center>
 
| <center>56,263</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| September 27, 1970
 
| September 27, 1970
 
| [[Cincinnati Bengals]]
 
| [[Cincinnati Bengals]]
| W 38-3
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| W 38–3
 
| <center>58,202</center>
 
| <center>58,202</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| October 5, 1970
 
| October 5, 1970
 
| [[Chicago Bears]]
 
| [[Chicago Bears]]
| W 28-14
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| W 28–14
 
| <center>58,210</center>
 
| <center>58,210</center>
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
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| October 11, 1970
 
| October 11, 1970
 
| at [[Washington Redskins]]
 
| at [[Washington Redskins]]
| L 31-10
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| L 31–10
 
| <center>50,414</center>
 
| <center>50,414</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| October 18, 1970
 
| October 18, 1970
 
| at [[Cleveland Browns]]
 
| at [[Cleveland Browns]]
| W 41-24
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| W 41–24
 
| <center>83,577</center>
 
| <center>83,577</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| October 25, 1970
 
| October 25, 1970
 
| at [[Chicago Bears]]
 
| at [[Chicago Bears]]
| W 16-10
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| W 16–10
 
| <center>45,632</center>
 
| <center>45,632</center>
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
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| November 1, 1970
 
| November 1, 1970
 
| [[Minnesota Vikings]]
 
| [[Minnesota Vikings]]
| L 30-17
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| L 30–17
 
| <center>58,210</center>
 
| <center>58,210</center>
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
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| November 8, 1970
 
| November 8, 1970
 
| at [[New Orleans Saints]]
 
| at [[New Orleans Saints]]
| L 19-17
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| L 19–17
 
| <center>66,910</center>
 
| <center>66,910</center>
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
 
|-style="background: #ffdddd;"
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| November 15, 1970
 
| November 15, 1970
 
| at [[Minnesota Vikings]]
 
| at [[Minnesota Vikings]]
| L 24-20
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| L 24–20
 
| <center>47,900</center>
 
| <center>47,900</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| November 22, 1970
 
| November 22, 1970
 
| [[San Francisco 49ers]]
 
| [[San Francisco 49ers]]
| W 28-7
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| W 28–7
 
| <center>56,232</center>
 
| <center>56,232</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| November 26, 1970
 
| November 26, 1970
 
| [[Oakland Raiders]]
 
| [[Oakland Raiders]]
| W 28-14
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| W 28–14
 
| <center>56,597</center>
 
| <center>56,597</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
| 12
 
| 12
 
| December 6, 1970
 
| December 6, 1970
| [[Arizona Cardinals|St. Louis Cardinals]]
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| [[St. Louis Cardinals (NFL)|St. Louis Cardinals]]
| W 16-3
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| W 16–3
 
| <center>56,362</center>
 
| <center>56,362</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
| 13
 
| 13
 
| December 14, 1970
 
| December 14, 1970
| at [[St. Louis Rams|Los Angeles Rams]]
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| at [[Los Angeles Rams]]
| W 28-23
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| W 28–23
 
| <center>79,441</center>
 
| <center>79,441</center>
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
 
|-style="background: #ddffdd;"
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| December 20, 1970
 
| December 20, 1970
 
| [[Green Bay Packers]]
 
| [[Green Bay Packers]]
| W 20-0
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| W 20–0
 
| <center>57,387</center>
 
| <center>57,387</center>
 
|}
 
|}
   
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<!-- Image with inadequate rationale removed: [[Image:Lions2000.png|right|200px|thumb|Lions logo (1970–2002).]] -->
   
===Standings===
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===Season summary===
{| class="wikitable" cellpadding="3" border="1"
 
|- bgcolor="#D0E7FF"
 
| colspan="7" align="center" | '''[[NFC Central]]'''
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef"
 
!Team!!W!!L!!T!!PCT!!PF!!PA
 
|- align="center"
 
|align="left"| [[1970 Minnesota Vikings season|Minnesota Vikings]]
 
|12||2||0||.857||335||143
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#ffdddd"
 
|align="left"| '''Detroit Lions'''
 
|10||4||0||.714||347||202
 
|- align="center"
 
|align="left"| [[1970 Green Bay Packers season|Green Bay Packers]]
 
|6||8||0||.429||196||293
 
|- align="center"
 
|align="left"| [[1970 Chicago Bears season|Chicago Bears]]
 
|6||8||0||.429||256||261
 
|- align="center"
 
|}<ref>NFL 2001 Record and Fact Book, Workman Publishing Co, New York,NY, ISBN 0-7611-2480-2, p. 297</ref>
 
   
===Roster===
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====Week 3====
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|-
 
! colspan="7" style="background-color:#006DB0;" | {{Tnavbar-header|'''Detroit Lions roster'''|Detroit Lions roster|plain=1|fontcolor=#C3C6CC}}
 
|-
 
| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Quarterbacks'''
 
   
'''Running Backs'''
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{{AFB game box start
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|Title=
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|Visitor=Bears
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|V1= 7|V2=0 |V3= 0|V4=7
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|Host='''Lions'''
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|H1=0 |H2=0 |H3=21 |H4=7
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|Date=October 5
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|Location=Tiger Stadium • Detroit, Michigan
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|StartTime=8:00 p.m.
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|TimeZone=EST
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|ElapsedTime=
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|Attendance=
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|Weather=55°F • Wind 13
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|Referee=
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|TVAnnouncers=[[Keith Jackson]], [[Howard Cosell]] & [[Don Meredith]]
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|TVStation=ABC
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}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |FirstEntry=yes |Quarter=1 |Time= |Team=CHI |Event= [[Dick Gordon (American football)|Dick Gordon]] 20-yard pass from [[Jack Concannon]] ([[Mac Percival]] kick) |Score=Bears 7–0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=DET |Event=[[Mel Farr]] 3-yard run ([[Errol Mann]] kick) |Score= Tie 7–7}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=DET |Event= [[Altie Taylor]] 7-yard run (Errol Mann kick) |Score= Lions 14–7}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=DET |Event=[[Larry Walton]] 13-yard pass from [[Bill Munson]] (Errol Mann kick) |Score= Lions 21–7}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=CHI |Event= Dick Gordon 60-yard pass from Jack Concannon (Mac Percival kick) |Score= Lions 21–14}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time= |Team=DET|Event= Mel Farr 20-yard run (Errol Mann kick) |Score= Lions 28–14|LastEntry=yes}}
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{{AFB game box end}}
   
'''Wide Receivers'''
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<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/197010050det.htm|title=Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions - October 5th, 1970 - Pro-Football-Reference.com|website=Pro-Football-Reference.com}}</ref>
   
'''Tight Ends'''
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{{Clear}}
| style="width: 25px;" |
 
| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Offensive Linemen'''
 
   
'''Defensive Linemen'''
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===Standings===
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{{1970 NFC Central standings}}
| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Linebackers'''
 
 
'''Defensive Backs'''
 
 
'''Special Teams'''
 
| style="width: 25px;" |
 
| style="font-size: 95%;" valign="top" | '''Reserve Lists'''
 
* ''Currently vacant''
 
 
<small>''Rookies in italics''</small><br />
 
|-
 
|}
 
   
 
==Playoffs==
 
==Playoffs==
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|scoring=
 
|scoring=
 
*'''Scoring'''
 
*'''Scoring'''
**DAL - field goal Clark 26 DAL 3-0
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**DAL field goal Clark 26 DAL 3–0
**DAL - Safety, Andrie tackled Landry in end zone DAL 5-0
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**DAL Safety, Andrie tackled Landry in end zone DAL 5–0
 
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}}
   
==Awards and records==
 
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==References==
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
{{Reflist}}
*[http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/det/1970.htm?redir Detroit Lions on Pro Football Reference]
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*[https://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/det/1970.htm?redir Detroit Lions on Pro Football Reference]
 
*[http://www.jt-sw.com/football/pro/results.nsf/Teams/1970-det Detroit Lions on jt-sw.com]
 
*[http://www.jt-sw.com/football/pro/results.nsf/Teams/1970-det Detroit Lions on jt-sw.com]
 
*[http://www.footballdb.com/teams/detroit-lions/results/1970 Detroit Lions on The Football Database]
 
*[http://www.footballdb.com/teams/detroit-lions/results/1970 Detroit Lions on The Football Database]
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Revision as of 14:12, April 13, 2019

1970 Detroit Lions season
Head Coach Joe Schmidt
Home Field Tiger Stadium
Results
Record 10–4
Place 2nd NFC Central
Playoff Finish Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Cowboys) 0–5
Timeline
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1969 1971

The 1970 Detroit Lions season was the 41st season in franchise history. With a record of 10–4, the Lions finished in second place in the NFC Central and qualified for the postseason for the first time since their championship season in 1957. The Lions fell 5–0 to the Dallas Cowboys in the lowest scoring game in NFL playoff history. One unusual loss during the regular season was to the New Orleans Saints on Week 8. The Lions had a 17–16 lead with only 2 seconds left, but Saints kicker Tom Dempsey booted a then-record 63-yard field goal as time expired to give the Saints a 19–17 win.[1]

NFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position Team
1 19 Steve OwensRunning back Oklahoma
2 45 Ray ParsonTackleMinnesota
371Jim H. MitchellDefensive endVirginia State
5123Bob ParkerGuardMemphis
6149Tony TerryDefensive tackleSouthern California
7175Ken GeddesLinebackerNebraska
9227Herman WeaverPunterTennessee
10253Bruce MaxwellRunning backArkansas
11279Roger LairdDefensive backKentucky State
12305Emanuel MurrellDefensive backCalifornia Polytechnic State
13331Dave HaverdickDefensive tackleMorehead State
14357Charlie K. BrownWide receiverNorthern Arizona
15383Bob HaneyTackleIdaho
16409Jerry ToddDefensive backMemphis
17435Jesse MarshallDefensive tackleCentenary
[2]

Roster

Detroit Lions roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Reserve Lists
  • Currently vacant

Rookies in italics

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 20, 1970 at Green Bay Packers W 40–0
56,263
2 September 27, 1970 Cincinnati Bengals W 38–3
58,202
3 October 5, 1970 Chicago Bears W 28–14
58,210
4 October 11, 1970 at Washington Redskins L 31–10
50,414
5 October 18, 1970 at Cleveland Browns W 41–24
83,577
6 October 25, 1970 at Chicago Bears W 16–10
45,632
7 November 1, 1970 Minnesota Vikings L 30–17
58,210
8 November 8, 1970 at New Orleans Saints L 19–17
66,910
9 November 15, 1970 at Minnesota Vikings L 24–20
47,900
10 November 22, 1970 San Francisco 49ers W 28–7
56,232
11 November 26, 1970 Oakland Raiders W 28–14
56,597
12 December 6, 1970 St. Louis Cardinals W 16–3
56,362
13 December 14, 1970 at Los Angeles Rams W 28–23
79,441
14 December 20, 1970 Green Bay Packers W 20–0
57,387


Season summary

Week 3

by Quarter1234 Total
Bears 7 0 0 7 14
Lions 0 0 21 7 28
  • Date: October 5
  • Location: Tiger Stadium • Detroit, Michigan
  • Game start: 8:00 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: 55°F • Wind 13

[3]

Standings

Template:1970 NFC Central standings

Playoffs

NFC Playoff, Dallas Cowboys 5, Detroit Lions 0
1 2 3 4 Total
Lions 0 0 0 0

0

Cowboys 3 0 0 2

5

at Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas

References

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Baltimore Cincinnati Denver Dallas Chicago Atlanta
Boston Cleveland Kansas City NY Giants Detroit Los Angeles
Buffalo Houston Oakland Philadelphia Green Bay New Orleans
Miami Pittsburgh San Diego St. Louis Minnesota San Francisco
NY Jets Washington
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