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Mon December 13, 2010
Vikings - Giants game moves to Detroit after heavy snowfall
Update: 10:49 a.m.:
The Lions are reporting that due to "overwhelming" response, free tickets to tonight's NFL game at Ford Field are no longer being offered.
Update: 12/13/10, 9:30 a.m.:
Fans in downtown Detroit are lining up at Ford Field to get free tickets for tonight's NFL game between the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants. Detroit Lions President Tom Lewand said on WJR this morning that there going to work to make sure everyone can be accommodated, "but I think we're going to be a little oversubscribed."
In case you haven't seen it yet, the NFL has some impressive video of the Metrodome collapsing.
12/12/10, 12:45 p.m.:
The New York Times has put together an interactive before and after photo showing how the roof of the Metrodome deflated after heavy snowfall. The Giants and Vikings were scheduled to play there today.
The NFL moved the game to Ford Field and will be played tomorrow night (Monday) at 7:20pm. The Detroit Free Press reports it'll be the "first ever regular-season Monday Night game at Ford Field."