Found November 25, 2011 on
Read And React:
During the national anthem prior to yesterday’s Lions-Packers game, the camera landed on Lions DL Kyle Vanden Bosch, and an entire nation shivered in terror at the sight of his blood red eyes.
Apparently, Vanden Bosch has been sporting these red contact lenses for a little while now in an effort to psych out his opponents … but the colored Nike MAXSIGHT contact lenses are also said to help reduce glare and contrast, and VandenBosch has said that they “help to block the sunlight”.
We can’t really speak to whether the lenses work or not, but there’s no doubt that with his demon-like gaze and six sacks so far this season, the veteran lineman is helping to increase Detroit’s bad boy image on the defensive side of the ball … and giving nightmares to opposing offensive linemen on a weekly basis.
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Detroit Lions running back Kevin Smith could be back in the lineup for next week's game against New Orleans.
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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...
The best way to help Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh get the message about his behavior is to keep him from playing.
The Detroit Lions released a statement in response to defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh's stomping incident against Green Bay yesterday.
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 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.
While he could be proud of his performance this season, Avril is more thankful to be a father, future college graduate and the relationship he has with his family.
Part of me wants to dwell on the mistakes made by the Lions that cost them a shot against the Green Bay Packers. The other part of me simply wants to dismiss the 27-15 loss because the Packers are really that good.
Either way you look at the game, the facts are clear: the Lions had 11 penalties on top of three turnovers, all Matthew Stafford interceptions. The penalties, especially...
Jahvid Best's season is over, leaving the Lions to try to piece together an effective running game without their leading rusher. Best has been bothered by concussion problems and hasn't played since Oct. 16, when the...
Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh explains the reason for stomping a
Green Bay Packers player.