Posts tagged Ndamukong Suh
As I was trolling around this morning looking for something remotely related to the Green Bay Packers or at least one of their shitty NFC North rivals, I came across this in my RSS reader. You’ll want to take note of the second headline: Sapp takes his shits at Suh. The story is, of course, […]
A friend of Green Bay Packers offensive line coach James Campen says the coach told Evan Dietrich-Smith to untie Ndamukong Suh’s shoes whenever possible when the teams met on Thanksgiving. The theory is it’s what led Suh to snap and get kicked out of that game.
The folks from Taiwan who produces those crazy animated videos about current events have whipped one up covering the Ndamukong Suh suspension. It’s as odd as you think and we’ve got it.
Detroit Lions shitbag Ndamukong Suh will get a two-game suspension for stomping Green Bay Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith. We’ve got the details and what it means to the Lions.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle and all-around shitbag Ndamukong Suh has apologized for stomping the Green Bay Packers Evan Dietrich-Smith during Thursday’s game, but he’s still expected to be suspended for at least two games.
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh probably should play for the Minnesota Vikings. Why? He’s just that stupid. Last week, Suh repeated a proclamation he made in March that everyone with good sense immediately dismissed and then forgot about — the Detroit Lions can go 16-0 this year.
We warned you this day was coming. The Detroit Lions, long the bottom feeder of the NFL, are suddenly relevant. No, it isn’t because they reeled off four victories to close the season. It isn’t because they have Pro Bowlers like Calvin Johnson and Ndamukong Suh.
There are a lot of curses in sports, several of them relate to covers. There’s the curse of the Sports Illustrated cover and the curse of the Madden cover. Actually, I think if you’re on the cover of anything other than GQ or Esquire, you’re probably going to be cursed in some way. That’s because […]
No, really, I’m serious. Stop laughing. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh really said he thinks the Detroit Lions can go 16-0. “I don’t see there’s a reason why we can’t be 16-0,” Suh said. “As long as we put in that hard work throughout -– I don’t know if we’re going to have OTAs, but throughout […]
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews has been named defensive MVP by the Professional Football Writers of America and Pro Football Weekly. The two organizations worked together to choose All-NFL and All-Rookie teams, as well as select MVPs, coach of the year, etc. The Associated Press hands out the official NFL Defensive Player of […]
Five members of the Green Bay Packers made the Pro Bowl. Despite appearing in the NFL’s Pro Bowl ad, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not one of them. The Packers who will make the trip to Hawaii are receiver Greg Jennings, tackle Chad Clifton, linebacker Clay Matthews, cornerback Charles Woodson and safety Nick Collins. Collins, Woodson […]
We gave you the midseason awards: other people’s edition yesterday and we also told you what we thought about midseason awards. The best word to summarize would be this one: indifference. However, we promised you our midseason awards at some point, and here they are. The difference between our midseason awards and other people’s are […]
Steffen: After what feels like decades of ineptitude (oh wait, it has been decades) the Detroit Lions’ offseason roster moves had many prognosticators predicting marked improvement over last season’s two-win season. Indeed the Lions are an improved team. Led by rookie dynamo Jahvid Best, the offense has more firepower and fellow rookie defensive tackle/tank Ndamukong […]
Delusion. What? Where did you think I was going with that? There aren’t many people who will argue that the Detroit Lions won’t be improved in 2010. Hell, these guys won two games last season, so there’s not much room to get worse. Still, you have to like the way this team is going if […]
The Green Bay Packers are certainly in the market for tackles this offseason. Both 2009 starters, Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher, are free agents. While the Packers may re-sign them simply because they don’t want to rely on two young and unproven tackles, both are at the end of the road and need to be […]