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So he's back after serving his time for the Thanksgiving incident, and the Lions are glad he is. But what kind of welcome can Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh expect from the Raiders when he returns to the field today in Oakland?
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Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh spoke with the media after his team's 28-27 win against Oakland and addressed his Thanksgiving Day incident.
A boy named Suh -- Ndamukong Suh -- would be wise to emulate the message from another Johnny Cash song.
He must learn to walk the line.
It's the same for every defensive player. Stop when the whistle blows. Make sure to hit the quarterback in a different manner than any other position. Control frustration that stems from the blocking techniques -- legal or otherwise -- being...
In the NFL, today's two-game suspension was yesterday's Miller Lite commercial. Today's immature, dirty, cheap-shotter was yesterday's hero and legend.
Ndamukong Suh stomps on players, hits quarterbacks illegally, taunts them, rips off their helmets and throws them out of bounds. He has been pilloried for it. If he'd have been doing this 20 years ago, he would...
Following the Lions' win over the Raiders, Ndamukong Suh took it upon himself to step to the podium and apologize for the Thanksgiving Day stomping incident. He wants to move, so can the rest of us?
Ndamukong Suh vs. Wisniewski & Carlisle
As every NFL fan is aware, Ndamukong Suh was reinstated to the Lions’ active roster earlier this week following his two game suspension. The Pro-Bowl ballot leading defensive tackle couldn’t return at a more urgent time considering the injury situation to the Lion front. Defensive tackle Nick Fairley is questionable after re-aggravating...
The Detroit Lions' star defensive tackle didn't have a big statistical game, but managed to get a piece of Oakland's game-winning field goal attempt from 65 yards away.
The New York Jets better be sending Christmas cards to Ndamukong Suh.
Suh blocked a Sebastian Janikowski 65 yard field goal attempt with no time left on the clock and the Detroit Lions rallied from a 27-14 fourth quarter deficit to defeat the … [visit site to read more]
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Matthew Stafford threw a 6-yard TD pass to Calvin Johnson with 39 seconds remaining to cap a 98-yard scoring drive as the Detroit Lions rallied from 13 points down late in the fourth quarter to stun the Oakland Raiders 28-27 on Sunday.
This is for all the marbles, folks. If the Raiders lose this week, they can pretty much kiss their playoff hopes goodbye. The game within the game is of utmost importance. These two teams are very evenly matched. Both are also fighting to earn a playoff spot. It will not be about who wants it more but who can be the smartest team on Sunday.
Suhpid mistakesThe Raiders and Lions...
Calvin Johnson had been mostly taken out of the Detroit Lions' offense the past five weeks by opposing defenses. Ndamukong Suh took himself out of the past two games when he blew his cool and got a two-game suspension.
Detroit's two brightest stars showed up in the biggest moments in a victory that put the Lions on the brink of their first playoff berth in more than a decade...
This week the Raider play host to the Detroit Lions in a must-win game. The Lions have been hot and cold this season. They came out hot but have cooled off of late. Their Pro Bowl defensive tackle, Ndamukong Suh, has been suspended for the last two games and returns just in time to face the Raiders. And with that, it was time for me to cage a Lions blogger and make him jump through...