Detroit Lions Football Quarterback
quar·ter·back [kwawr-ter-bak] - to lead or direct
The history of the Detroit Lions dates back to 1929. The Detroit Lions were purchased in 1964 by William Clay Ford, Sr. for 4.5 million dollars, and the Detroit Lions are currently owned by the Ford Family. Ford Field is the home of the Detroit Lions and it opened in 2002. Ford Field currently seats 65,000. The Detroit Lions are a member of the National Football Conference of the National Football League and compete in the NFC North Division.