Originally posted on Shutdown Corner  |  Last updated 11/17/11
We've talked with Detroit Lions super-tackle Ndamukong Suh before, and it was our pleasure to do so again earlier this week. Suh wanted to talk football, of course, but he also wanted to let everybody know about a special promotion he's running with SUBWAY — if the Lions upset the currently undefeated Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving day, a lot of happy fans will be eating on Suh. As the press release said: Suh has been powering up with SUBWAY® Steak Melts and feels a big game coming on. His STEAKlaration? If the team can snap its seven-year Thanksgiving Day losing streak, he will pick up the tab for lunch with fans at a local SUBWAY® following the game.  So, that's where we began. Part one of the interview is here, part two will be up presently. Shutdown Corner: I wanted to start off by asking you about your STEAKlaration, and what you're going to do for fans if the Lions upset the Packers on Thanksgiving Day.  Ndamukong Suh: Well, I'm feeling really good about the upcoming games we have
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