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Hes come under fire from anonymous general managers and identifiable opponents, and now Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is catching flak from an unnamed teammate, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
After Sundays 35-33 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, one Lions player told Yahoo Sports that Suh and others dont understand what it takes to win.
Yeah, we're loaded," the unnamed player told Yahoo. "But we have a couple of guys who don't understand what it takes to win. Just making a couple of plays and thinking that makes you great
sometimes you want to just shake some of these guys and say, 'Don't you get it?' "
Asked who in particular fell into that category, the player said, Ndamukong would be first.
When stars act like that, everybody else thinks it's OK to act like that," the player said. "It's like with kids. You let one get a little out of control, the other one does the same thing pretty quick. It's human nature. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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Ndamukong Suh has been criticized by many different sources, but he has generally had the support of the Detroit Lions organization. His coaches have backed him and so have his teammates. Until now.
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports quoted an anonymous teammate of Suh who was critical of the defensive lineman’s behavior.
“Yeah, we’re loaded,” the anonymous player told Cole following...
Ndamukong Suh is one of the most physically talented players in the NFL. He’s gifted and has the physical skills — enormous size with speed and quickness to go along with it. Yet, Suh has by and large underachieved in his young NFL career, making headlines for just about everything other than finding success on the football field. In fairness, however, underachieving goes hand...
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Detroit Lions DE Willie Young sliced open his finger making a tackle and the injury was so severe that he considered amputation. MLive Lions beat writer Justin Rogers tweeted a picture of the photo, which is not for the squeamish. So, even though the photo is embedded with Rogers' tweet below, we'll give you a chance to bail before looking. Continue reading →
The Detroit Lions are a mess on- and off-the-field this season. The main constant of criticism seems to be defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who can’t seem to shake the criticism from opposing players, general managers, analysts and fans.
What happens though when your own teammates start to attack you? Well we are about to find out. Yahoo! Sports columnist Jason Cole is reporting...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. Sometimes a players opportunity comes from a teams desperation.
The Detroit Lions started the season with a four-man rotation at receiver of Calvin Johnson, Nate Burleson, Titus Young and Ryan Broyles a superstar, a nine-year veteran and two promising second-round draft picks.
That group now consists of Johnson, Mike Thomas, Brian Robiskie and Kris Durham the...
Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan mentioned that they intend to get RB Joique Bell more involved in their offense in the coming weeks.
“Him rattling off really the three explosive runs that we’ve had this year certainly gives him more opportunities I think in our offense, not just in the games,” said Linehan, via DetroitLions.com. “I think you’ll see him...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz says he and his staff are very self-critical of decisions they make after every game.
They go through their entire game plan each week and discuss what they would do differently if the same situation comes up in another game.
He says it's important for coaches...
Detroit Lions defensive end Willie Young mangled his finger so badly while making a tackle a few weeks ago that he actually considered amputating it.
Young says the injury occurred when he made a tackle on Green Bay Packers running back James Starks during a Week 11 loss. He says it hurt after the tackle, but he didn’t remove his glove to investigate it because he was fearful...
The Detroit Lions head to Lambeau Field in Green Bay for Sunday nights nationally televised game with a 4-8 record, a four-game losing streak and next-to-no-chance at making the playoffs.
Here are five storylines to follow:
The last time the Lions beat the Packers on the road ...
Quarterback Matthew Stafford was 3 years old.
Coach Jim Schwartz was the secondary coach at North...
Lions defensive end Willie Young suffered a nasty finger injury last month in Detroit’s November 18th game against the Packers. During an attempted tackle of Green Bay running back James Starks, Young’s left middle finger was sliced at the top knuckle, with the resulting cut being so deep that nerves were severed and the bone was exposed At the time Young knew it was bad...
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Two questions will arise this Sunday night: 1) When was the last time the Detroit Lions went into Wisconsin and took a victory?And 2) Who was the Green Bay Packers' quarterback that day? The answers at these questions are: 1991 (the last season the Lions won a playoff game) and Mike Tomczak (yes, the same Tomczak who was a backup for Jim McMahon as a a rookie for the Chicago...
Defensive tackles Nick Fairley and Corey Williams sat out practice today with quad and knee injuries, respectively, as the Detroit Lions get ready for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.
Fairley was hurt late in last week's loss to the Indianapolis Colts and was limited in practice Wednesday. Williams has practiced sparingly the last two months because of a knee...
After intentionally lining up in the wrong spot in Detroit's loss to Green Bay last month, receiver Titus Young is no longer part of the Lions' equation. His childish antics wouldn't fly in Green Bay's carefully crafted locker room.
In spite the external stones being flung at Detroit Lions bench boss Jim Schwartz, there are still plenty of supporters. One comes in the unlikely form of a divisional foe: Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings.