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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 team and Detroit is just way to inconsistent, although Matt Schaub will have huge expectations coming of his huge day against Jacksonville 4 days before.
Game 2: Dallas over Wash
This game could go either way, but the Cowboys defense is starting to play better and i think RGIII will be forced into a couple turnovers and slowed down enough for Dallas to take this one.
Game 3: Pats over Jets
Pats are the better team, Jets will have a chance if they play flawless footbal and Pats turn the ball over. I don’t see that being the case though.
Game 4: Atl over TB
Atlanta has been winning when playing their worst...
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AROUND THE WEB
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...
Ndamukong Suh has been voted the dirtiest player in the NFL with good reason. In particular it’s days like today he really seems to shine with his bag of tricks. I am sure most of you recall last year’s Thanksgiving game against Green Bay where he stomped on Evan Deitrich-Smith which resulted in a 2 game suspension. One year later and while it may have not been as obvious with...
ACCIDENT OR INTENTIONAL?
Since the Detroit Lions always play on Thanksgiving, I assumed that something Ndamukong Suh-related would hit this site today. In the first quarter of the Texans/Lions game, Suh was attempting to sack Texans quarterback Matt Schaub but didn't get to the quarterback in time. However, Suh (whether intentional or not) decided to kick low and landed a blow right to Matt Schaub...
The left cleat of Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh connected with Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in his groin area in their Thanksgiving game.
It wasn't clear on replays Thursday whether it was intentional.
Suh was on his chest, taken down by an offensive lineman, when he extended his left foot below Schaub's belt.
Last year on Thanksgiving, Suh was...
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
In the first quarter of the Houstin Texans game against the Detroit Lions, Ndamukong Suh attempted to sack Matt Schaub. He did not get to the quarterback in time but still knocked Schaub down.
Suh (whether intentional or not) decided to kick low and landed a blow right to Matt Schaub’s groin
After last week's drought, Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar has five comebacks to dissect this week. Matt Schaub and Houston set a bunch of records, Atlanta won in unusual fashion, and Tony Romo ties Staubach.
It’s almost Turkey Day, ladies and gents, so let’s get right down to business.QUARTERBACKSQuarterbacks continued to pour on the points this week with a whopping EIGHT different signal-callers racking up three or more touchdowns. However, one man stood head and shoulders above the rest-- a man who had more than five times the amount of passing yards and five times the number of...
It’s just about NFL Turkey time but before we look forward to stuffing our face and watching the Cowboys and Lions play its time to recap the breakout Week 11 performances. Many of these performances will push people into the fantasy football playoffs while ending other seasons wishing they hadn’t faced these week 11 studs. Here are your Week 11 Rock Stars.
RG3: 14/15 – 200...
Ndamukong Suh's foot that landed below the belt of Houston quarterback Matt Schaub in Thursday's game will be the subject of a review by the NFL. NFL executive vice president Ray Anderson will examine the evidence from the play and determine next week whether punitive action is needed against the Detroit Lions defensive lineman, NFL.com reported Friday. The incident took...
Due to this being National Turkey Week, and family/Black Friday/food coma obligations, this week’s Fantasy Football previews will be solely my Play, Bench, and Sleeper suggestions. No analysis, no jokes, but A LOT of food. Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Houston Texans at Detroit Lions Play: Matt Schaub (QB2), Arian Foster (RB1), Andre Johnson (WR1), Owen Daniels [...]