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Louis Delmas Will Hurt Your Children

The Detroit Lions don’t do many things right.

Add running out of the tunnel to that list.

In the video below, everyone makes it out of the tunnel and onto the field just fine, except for Lions safety Louis Delmas.

Nope, Delmas carries on the Detroit tradition of futility by running over a bunch of kids during his introduction.

It makes you wonder what Delmas was doing when he was standing in the tunnel waiting to be introduced. I mean, how could he not have seen the people standing on the field?

Then again, this is the guy who said he’d be pissed if the Lions won eight games and didn’t make the playoffs this year.

Not too bright.

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7 Comments

  1. Jurgens August 31, 2010

    Man. That was awesome. Nothing gets the crowd pumped up like knocking over some little kids.

  2. jeremy August 31, 2010

    He must have been overwhelmed by the sight of that massive crowd in the stands.

  3. PackerFanInFL August 31, 2010

    Typical of todays players, thank the ‘me,me,me’ types such as ochocinco,Ray lewis, Brett Favre, for ushering in a new wave of douches

  4. Nick K. August 31, 2010

    Didnt even help the kid up or see if he was ok. What a dick!

  5. Abe Frohman August 31, 2010

    I don’t even know how to pronounce his freaking name – is it Lewis? Or Lewie?

    Isn’t he the guy who was fined for a blow to the head against (I think) Finley last year? If so, a true class act!

    I think you can chalk up two wins this year for the Lions – both against Chicago. They’ve looked AWFUL!

  6. MAD City Packer Fan September 2, 2010

    They should of put some railing up for those kids or a sign that said -Beware of players egos getting out of control while running backwards- That is a funny video!

  7. drunk bee September 8, 2010

    Those might be the only tackles he makes this year.