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The Thanksgiving Day games are under way with the Houston Texans taking on the Detroit Lions in game 1. The Lions desperately need a victory to stay in playoff contention, and it looks like Ndamukong Suh is up for anything. Matt Schaub dropped back to pass in the first quarter and Suh rolled over the offensive lineman and accidentally kicked Schaub in his man parts. Schaub shook it off as best as he could and didn't have to leave the game. Check out the video below and decide for yourself if it was on accident or not.
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It’s Thanksgiving, and Ndamukong Suh is on the field. Today will not be the day to lay aside “dirty player” accusations. Suh rushed Houston quarterback Matt Schaub in Thursday afternoon’s game, and while he didn’t end up with the sack, his foot did end up in an unfortunate place — or fortunate, if Suh is trying to continue his tradition of questionable attacks — er...
After kicking Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin during yesterday’s game, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh could end up getting suspended for one game.
According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, the NFL will review Suh’s kick on Monday and he could face a one-game suspension.
In speaking to sources around football, the general sentiment is that the Lions should...
In response to Ndamukong Suh kicking Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the ballsack yesterday at Ford Field in Detroit, NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson said the defensive tackle’s notorious history as a Lion will be … Continue reading →
Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, who was voted the NFL's dirtiest player, appeared to intentionally kick Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin during Thursday's game in Detroit. Video via: Maximilian Pruckner
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> It's nice to see Ndamukong Suh keep up the Thanks- giving tradition of kicking an opponent and getting torched in the media
> My holiday is not good until I heard the officiating crew express their wishes, or until I see the Lions lose to a suspiciously good team
> Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have clearly never seen a QB throw the ball sidearm before...
The New England Patriots didn't start the 2012 season with much of a bang. For many, losses to the Ravens, Cardinals, and Seahawks looked to show the weaknesses of a team on its way down in the power rankings.To make matters worse, the defense appeared just as suspect as 2011, casting more doubt on their ability to compete against the best teams in the AFC. With Peyton Manning...
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Maybe the funnest day in the NFL, stuffing our faces with turkey, mashed potatoes and all sorts of food that will help contribute to weight gain and other serious medical conditions. I will take my chances. Have a safe and blessed Thanksgiving!
Record coming in 55-23
Game 1: Hou over Det
Johnson vs Johnson in this high flying battle, but at the end of the day Houston has the better...
The NFL world was watching the Houston Texans face the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day this year and saw one of the most ridiculous rules in the league on display. RB Justin Forsett took a handoff from QB Matt Schaub and ran up the middle for seven yards. He was hit by a Lions defender spun to the ground with his elbow and knee touching. Not hearing a whistle, Forsett jumped back...
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