Found October 14, 2011 on
Now you've done it, Bears. On top of Monday's loss to the Lions, Chicago's offense angered Ndamukong Suh and Detroit's defense by rolling the dice early in the game.
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The 1972 Miami Dolphins won all fourteen of their regular season games and then all three of their playoff games to finish the year 14-0. The 2007 New England Patriots finished the regular season 16-0, but lost in the Super Bowl to finish the year 18-1. They're the only NFL team to run their regular season schedule since the schedule was extended to sixteen games.
Just when San Francisco's offensive line seems back on track carrying a little swagger, here comes the ferocious Ndamukong Suh and Detroit's punishing pass rush.
He's big. He talks a big game. He backs it up, too. And Suh isn't the only one. The Lions are loaded on their front line.
Ask Suh, and Alex Smith better watch out if his O-line doesn't bring its best...
The Lions have come up with a critical short-yardage stop nearly every week, but that hasn't stopped opposing offensive coordinators from trying to run into the heart of the Lions' defense in those situations.
When Detroit's All-Pro defensive lineman said the Lions could win all 16 games back in March, he wasn't trying to put a cap on his team, but he understands the 5-0 team can only focus on getting its next win.
Twenty-one games into his NFL career, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh already has made quite an impression.
Just ask his peers. They ranked him the league's third-meanest player in an SI.com players' poll taken this past week.
Or the media. Sports Illustrated, listing the NFL's top five...
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Well, Lions All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has in his preparation for his meeting with San Francisco on Sunday. Suh, the No. 2 overall...
The Seahawks may be resting and recuperating instead of taking the field this Sunday, but there's still plenty of NFL goodness to be had.
The game that catches my eye the most is the early game between the Lions and the 49ers. Detroit's got an exciting offense going for it this year, and I'm curious to see if they can get anything going against San Francisco's...