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This is for all the marbles, folks. If the Raiders lose this week, they can pretty much kiss their playoff hopes goodbye. The game within the game is of utmost importance. These two teams are very evenly matched. Both are also fighting to earn a playoff spot. It will not be about who wants it more but who can be the smartest team on Sunday.
Suhpid mistakesThe Raiders and Lions are two of the most penalized teams in the league. The Raiders have been long known for shooting themselves in the foot with stupid penalties but they may be meeting their match with the Lions. Currently the top four NFL leaders in penalties among defensive tackles all play for the Raiders and Lions. Richard Seymour (9), Tommy Kelly (8), Corey Williams (7), and Ndamukong Suh (6).Ndamukong Suh has become known for his personal foul penalties. Mainly because the viciousness with which he commits those fouls. He is coming off a two game suspension for jamming an offensive lineman's head into the turf and t...
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The Lions' embattled defensive tackle is not having the best couple of weeks, with the latest incident being a radio interview gone wrong that ended with Suh walking out on the hosts.
Well I guess I can't say Suh got into it with the radio hosts because he didn't actually say anything in the interview. Hosts Mike Valenti and Terry Foster got pretty mad at Suh for not answering any of their questions during his weekly interview on 97.1 The Ticket, the Lions' flagship station in Detroit. Suh basically said that everything involved with the stomping...
A boy named Suh -- Ndamukong Suh -- would be wise to emulate the message from another Johnny Cash song.
He must learn to walk the line.
It's the same for every defensive player. Stop when the whistle blows. Make sure to hit the quarterback in a different manner than any other position. Control frustration that stems from the blocking techniques -- legal or otherwise -- being...
So he's back after serving his time for the Thanksgiving incident, and the Lions are glad he is. But what kind of welcome can Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh expect from the Raiders when he returns to the field today in Oakland?
I guess Megatron, Suh and Stafford aren’t the only talent in Detroit, there’s a guy that can stack cups and bottles on his friends passed out head.. Props to this dude and for going hard in the paint, dude had to be borderline dead not to feel that.-TO
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Detroit Lions Tailgating Mobile Strip Club
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has been in the news quite a bit lately, and it's been for all of the wrong reasons. Suh was suspended for two games by the NFL after stomping on Green Bay offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith on Thanksgiving, and the lineman was then involved in a car accident in Oregon. Reported details of the latter incident have since been released...
Ndamukong Suh is back with the Detroit Lions. And he's not interested in rehashing the past.
The last two weeks have been tough for the Detroit Lions’ defense. Forced to play without the services of many key defensive players, the Lions have been victimized to the tune of 863 total yards in their last two contests. The Lions’ postseason hopes are still alive, but they will be dimmed if the Lions don’t get healthy soon.
Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has headlined...
Trying to maintain their playoff position in the NFC, the Detroit Lions are eager to welcome one of their top players back to the field.
The Oakland Raiders are looking for anything to help their chances of remaining in the AFC playoff picture.
With defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh back after a two-game suspension, the Lions look to avoid a third consecutive road loss Sunday by handing...
After Ndamukong Suh’s Thanksgiving stomp was followed by a flag-filled loss in New Orleans, the Lions garnered a reputation around the league as a team whose dirty plays and stupid mistakes were taking a serious toll. But Lions defensive end Cliff Avril told Albert Breer of NFL Network that the reality is different: The Lions…
This week the Raider play host to the Detroit Lions in a must-win game. The Lions have been hot and cold this season. They came out hot but have cooled off of late. Their Pro Bowl defensive tackle, Ndamukong Suh, has been suspended for the last two games and returns just in time to face the Raiders. And with that, it was time for me to cage a Lions blogger and make him jump through...