Found November 25, 2011 on
Our turkey doing a Lambeau Leap onto the bar.
It was a pretty typical Thanksgiving at the Trigg household -- a twenty-pound turkey, dinner for 14, and a Packer victory over the Lions. Like in past Thanksgivings, cooking such an ambitious meal while simultaneously watching the Packer game posed an added degree of difficulty. In fact, when Rodgers hit James Jones for a 65-yard touchdown the bird accidentally got impaled on my hand as I pumped my fists in excitement.
I don't normally like leading off my post-game analysis with the opposing team, but the Packers have just become so... predictable. Seems like every week goes down the same way:
Rodgers throws for 300+ yards, multiple touchdowns, no interceptions and a 110+ QB rating
Somewhere between 12 and 27 Packers receivers catch passes
The defense gives up 17 miles of yardage but manages to minimize the scores and gets multiple take-aways
Packer players are chillin' and cracking jokes on the sideline by mid...
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I have been a defender of Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh in the past, ready to give him the benefit of the doubt. I enjoyed the intensity which he plays the game but after watching his actions during a Nationally televised game Thanksgiving Day, he is no longer worthy of my support- Ndamukong Suh should be suspended for the remainder of the regular season.
Suh has played...
Ndamukong Suh was kicked out of the Thanksgiving battle between the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers. The Packers had just failed to convert on third down inside the Lions’ 5-yeard line, setting up a fourth down and a likely field goal while holding a 7-0 lead over the Lions. Suh got tied up with offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith and then proceeded to deliver what seemed...
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Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions dunks a Packers OL’s head to the ground 3 times and kicked him while he was down…..”My intention was not to kick anybody, as I did not, removing myself,” he said. “I was on top of a guy, being pulled down, and trying to get up off the ground — and why you see me pushing his helmet down, because I’m trying...
So Ndamukong Suh's visit to NFL HQ accomplished plenty. The video says more than I could.
I can't defend Ndamukong Suh one bit. He lost his composure, and embarrassed hemself, the Lions and Detroit with his thoughtless actions on national TV.
With his reputation, I think a suspension will be coming. Maybe not the 5 games Albert Hanyesworth received a few...
The best way to help Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh get the message about his behavior is to keep him from playing.
In the days since Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh pushed the helmet of Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith into the ground and then stomped on his arm while walking away, a sense has emerged that Suh should receiving a suspension of two or more games, given his history and the egregious nature of his conduct. But…
Ndamukong Suh's bad penalty and insistence that he did nothing wrong will cost the Lions dearly as they try to push for the playoffs. He can still try to minimize the damage with some words of contrition.
The Detroit Lions released a statement in response to defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh's stomping incident against Green Bay yesterday.
The hardest thing to believe about the Lions' latest Thanksgiving meltdown was the explanation Ndamukong Suh gave himself, his coach and his self-titled nation for an ejection that changed the course of a winnable game.
It has been confirmed, Ndamukong Suh is Suh-per dirty.
Suh, who is a frequent recipient of the Roger Goodel bad behavior award, was at it again in the Detroit Lions 27-15 loss to the undefeated Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving Day 2011.
Suh was ejected in the 3rd quarter with over nine minutes remaining and the Lions trailing 7-0 to the Packers. The unsportsmanlike...
It doesn’t get much better than Adam Schefter when it comes to being plugged in to the pulse of the NFL. That means his recent tweet is especially bad news for Lions … [visit site to read more]Detroit Lions Could Be Without Ndamukong Suh for Next Two Games - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Ndamukong Suhs stomp in Thursdays game that led to the Detroit defensive linemans ejection will be reviewed by the league next week. An NFL spokesman says plays from Week 12 that would be reviewed for potential discipline will be done under normal circumstances, after all games are completed. That means it could be a few days before Suh and the Lions find out exactly what the...
Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh explains the reason for stomping a
Green Bay Packers player.