Big Sean 'tired of having my heart broken' by the Lions


In most ways, Big Sean is nothing like the rest of us. The Detroit-raised rapper has a record deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation and a reported net worth of more than $25 million.

In one way, he's just the same: a tortured Lions fan who can't look away.

In an appearance Wednesday on ESPN's First Take, Big Sean was asked which of his two favorite teams has a better chance of turning things around: the Pistons or the Lions.

"To me, the Pistons have always come through. Obviously from the Bad Boys to the ’04 Pistons team to even now, I feel like the Pistons have what they need," he said. "I mean, we went to the playoffs last year. I do think the Pistons could come through."

Skip to 4:47 to hear the segment on Detroit teams.

Which brought him to the Lions. And left him sounding a lot like the rest of us.

"The Lions, I love the Lions, but there’s always rumors of a Lions curse," said Big Sean, who performed at the halftime show of the team's Thanksgiving game in 2015. "And I’m tired of having my heart broken -- even the last game, them being up 14-3 and then losing to Green Bay."

Stephen A. Smith said it could be worse. The Lions could be the Falcons, who blew a 15-point fourth quarter lead in Week 2 against the Cowboys.

Of course, the Lions blew a 17-point fourth quarter lead in Week 1 against the Bears. And at least the Falcons have a few playoff runs and few recent division titles to their name. The Lions haven't won their division since 1991 and have one playoff win since 1957.

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