Detroit Lions’ Titus Young: Still Insane

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Titus Young is congratulated by Jim Schwartz for being a douche

Titus Young is congratulated by Jim Schwartz for being a douche

The Detroit Lions are a high-quality organization. No one epitomizes that more than receiver Titus Young.

You know, the guy who got suspended for sabotaging plays against the Green Bay Packers. Also the same guy who punched one of his own teammates.

What’s Titus Young up to now you ask?

He’s letting everyone know that if he doesn’t get the ball, he’s not going to play football anymore.

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That’s the team-first attitude we’ve come to expect from the Lions, especially Young. He went on to claim he’s never sabotaged a play.

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The Lions apparently disagree.

They put Young on injured reserve toward the end of the season even though everyone knew he wasn’t really injured. Most people figured the Lions would get rid of Young in the offseason, but coach Jim Schwartz has softened his stance on the former second-round pick since the season ended.

Let’s face it. This guy was meant to be a Detroit Lion.

And since we’re talking about idiocy, our favorite member of the team, Ndamukong Suh, will soon be fattening up your TV screen. He’ll be appearing on Celebrity Diving.

Yeah, that’s a real show. Celebrities… diving.

Be sure to set your DVR!

About The Author

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

3 Comments on "Detroit Lions’ Titus Young: Still Insane"

  1. rebelgb

    Another stupid black guy making millions when he should be pushing crack at the corner of 7mile and 8th street….

    • Savage57

      Need to be careful with that one because if you take that to an extreme you may have an NFL with very few players.

  2. Packer Bob

    He’s not selfish but if doesn’t get the ball anymore he’s not gonna play. Got it.

    Schwartzy can never have enough thugs on his team.

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