Tomorrow marks the last game to ever be played at the Pontiac Silverdome, when the 1-14 Lions play the 5-10 Cowboys. The game is a sellout. Just think of all those great championships won at the stadium. There was, err, um... oh, yeah. The Michigan Panthers won the 1983 USFL championship game there, the Detroit Express won a soccer title there (I was at that game), and the 49ers beat the Bengals in Super Bowl XVI. The Pistons played in an NBA Finals series there in 1988 -- they won the next two NBA championships after moving up the road to The Palace of Auburn Hills. As for the Lions, they had 16 losing seasons in 27 years playing in the 'Dome. The high point was their only postseason victory in the past 44 years -- a 38-6 victory over Dallas in 1992. They were 1-1 in postseason games played in Pontiac (they lost 28-24 to Green Bay in 1994), with a regular season home record of 115-92-1. That means they lost a lot of road games in those 27 years. Maybe I can run on the field and grab the piece of turf that Billy Sims tripped over, ripping his knee up and ending his career. Ah, memories.