Found January 03, 2012 on
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Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh missed his team's previous game against the New Orleans Saints, but is eager to meet quarterback Drew Brees on Saturday.
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Ndamukong Suh was parked in front of the TV when the Detroit Lions played the New Orleans Saints last month, watching his teammates lose, 31-17, while he served the first part of a two-game suspension for stomping an opponent.
New Orleans, meet Ndamukong Suh. The Superdome still hasn't seen the Lions' star defensive tackle. He missed the 31-17 loss to the Saints last month while serving the first of his two-game suspension by the NFL for stomping on Green Bay's Evan Dietrich-Smith.
When the Lions visited New Orleans during the regular season, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was back home in Oregon because he was suspended for his Thanksgiving stomp. So Saturday’s Lions-Saints playoff game will be the first time the Saints’ offensive linemen have blocked Suh. And what do they expect to see? Pretty much what everyone…
The Saints and Lions have two of the four highest-scoring offenses in the NFL, but Suh wouldn't concede that Saturday's game is going to be a shoot-out.
New Orleans Saints right guard Jahri Evans is a big fan of Ndamukong Suh's. But he also thinks the Lions' star defensive tackle is dirty and has hurt himself with overly aggressive play.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann jumped on the Tim Tebow bandwagon and is being compared to the Denver Broncos quarterback in an ad paid for by a group of her supporters.
In the days leading up to Tuesday's Republican nomination in Iowa, the TV spot portrayed the Minnesota Congresswoman and Tebow as targets of a political and sports "establishment"...
Matt Millen thought the idea was laughable that Ndamukong Suh is dirty and that the Lions' defense is too aggressive. "Let me tell you something," Millen said during Tuesday night's Sugar Bowl at the Superdome. "There's 32 teams in the league. Call the other 31 and ask them if they want him. End of story."
Calvin Johnson Receiving yards Sunday, giving him 1,681 for the season, five shy of Herman Moore's 1995 team record. But he is the first Lions receiver with two 200-yard days and extended his team record with his 16th TD catch. Ndamukong Suh