ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- While Nick Fairley celebrated a sack with his familiar arms-out-to-the-side airplane imitation, Ndamukong Suh took a different approach.
Suh, displaying his incredible brute strength, simply threw one arm out and brought down St. Louis Steven Jackson, one of the biggest and strongest running backs in the NFL.
These are the types of scenes the Lions need from the defensive line if theyre going to continue to hide their depleted and flawed secondary.
The Lions produced four sacks in their opening victory over the Rams, three by defensive tackles -- one each for Fairley, Suh and unsung hero Corey Williams.
The D-line totally controlled the line of scrimmage against a beat-up St. Louis offensive front. Not only did the Lions put constant pressure on the quarterback, they also shut down the run game, holding Jackson to 2.5 yards per carry.
Its going to have to be that way again Sunday night in San Francisco. The 49ers also have a talented running back in Frank G...