Found December 06, 2011 on
The Sports Bank:
It is true that officials are putting the Detroit Lions players under a microscope after the dirty play of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh? Even if that’s true it doesn’t equate to the type of ineptness the team has shown of late.
Since a 5-0 start, the Lions have degenerated into 7-5, losing three of their last four.
In the 31-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, the defense looked especially bad. And they truly missed Suh, who will miss an additional game due to his NFL suspension. A suspension he truly warned for stomping on a Green Bay Packers lineman.
Suh went to his hometown of Portland during the suspension and got into a car accident.
And then the story took another turn. From ESPN.com
In a 911 call soon after his car hit a tree in Portland, Ore., on Saturday, Ndamukong Suh said “everybody’s fine.” But now, two passengers now claim they were injured in the accident.
Portland police had originally said there were no injuries, but they said Monday that two passengers l...
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Between explaining his personal fouls on the field, and his personal fouls in vehicles, Ndamukong Suh is developing the reputation of a liar. Suh was in his home state of Oregon over the weekend and crashed his muscle car early Saturday morning. He was unhurt, and reports said he was not drunk. So what happened? [...]
Listen to the 911 call Detroit Lions suspended defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh made after he was involved in a single-car accident early Saturday morning in his native Portland,Ore.
Police in Oregon said Tuesday they had no plans to reopen an investigation into the traffic accident involving Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh despite claims from two of his passengers that he lied to police, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Suh, 24, told police in Portland he crashed his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS early Saturday morning after losing control of the...
While suspended Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was sorting out the aftermath of his car wreck two time zones away, the battered Detroit Lions defense was bracing for a tough test against Drew Brees and the No. 1 offense in the NFL on Sunday night.
Suh, banned from having contact with his team while serving a two-game suspension, was back home in Portland over the weekend,...
Ndamukong Suh may be suspended for two weeks from the NFL, but he is now ready for the off-the-field melt down that often comes to players out of control.
The stomping fool now is free to go home for a few weeks of relaxation and avoid those anger management classes.
So, he promptly went out on the town, crashing his Chevy muscle car with a nimrod of victims...
Two women told police in Portland, Ore., that Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was driving too fast when he wrecked his car in a crash early Saturday morning.
Suh, who is currently serving a two-game suspension for stomping on an opponent's arm, lost control of his 1970 Chevrolet Coupe and ran into a water fountain, a light post and a tree early Saturday morning...
Two women say they were injured when Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh crashed his car into a tree in downtown Portland over the weekend.
The Lions self-destruct in New Orleans. Ten days after Ndamukong Suh's infamous stomp, his teammates make three post-whistle personal fouls in the second half alone. Larry Holder says the Lions' mental state is downright disturbing.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland police have no plans to further investigate a car accident involving Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh after two women claimed they suffered injuries in the wreck.
Two women say they were injured when Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (ehn-DAHM'-uh-kehn soo) crashed his car into a tree in downtown Portland over the weekend.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz hasn't been able to talk to defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh since his weekend traffic accident because NFL rules prohibit contact with suspended players. But Schwartz downplayed any concern over Suh's off-field behavior during his weekly radio appearance today.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz says he isn't worried about the car crash defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh got involved in last weekend in Portland, Ore. Schwartz told a Detroit radio station Tuesday he believes his star second-year player is under "too much of a microscope" because of the off-field incident.
What would you do with Ndamukong Suh? The Lions think they have the answer: Play him.
The Lions got another national television audience Sunday night. The opposition changed, but the bone-headed penalties by the Detroit remained a constant. Even with Ndamukong Suh suspended, the Lions still fielded the least disciplined team this side of Oakland. At some point, this has to come back to coach Jim Schwartz. The Saints beat the…