Posts Tagged: Ndamukong Suh

Arizona Cardinals

No Huddle: Suh’s Hefty Fine, Rob Ryan’s Act Of Kindness, Chip Kelly’s Not Impressed & More

By J. Tinsley | 19 Comments

They only play once every Thursday, Sunday or Monday, but the story lines created before, during and after games are more than enough to keep the NFL on America's consciousness throughout the week.

Chicago Bears

Eagles LeSean McCoy Makes A Mess Of Panthers Defense With One Move

By J. Tinsley | 11 Comments

Thursday night during the Eagles' 14-9 victory over the Carolina Panthers, Lesean "Shady" McCoy ripped off a 21-yard-run proving he's more than ready for the regular 16-game-slate to commence.

Arizona Cardinals

12 Longshot Predictions For The 2012 NFL Season

By TSSCrew | 60 Comments

Kids are returning back to school, the last days of summer are upon us and at least part of the country is moving one day closer to having to break out those snow shovels again.

Calvin Johnson

Lions Roar: Is Detroit The Team Of The Future?

By AJ | 22 Comments

For all the support and investment laid on the Detroit Lions by the city’s blue-collar fanbase, the on-field product has been a complete disappointment since the calendar started reading 2000.

Andy Dalton

Ndamukong Suh Is Still Trying To Decapitate Quarterbacks

By J. Tinsley | 17 Comments

The Cincinnati Bengals' star receiver was sent east, the running back attracts trouble and the guy rookie QB Andy Dalton was supposed to learn from retired rather than return to the team.

Austin Collie

Your NFL Recap: Week 9

By TSSCrew | 33 Comments

Halfway through the season and we’re right where we started. Okay, maybe the Cowboys, Bills and a few other teams have sucked their way out of contention but well over 20 teams still have a chance at playoff contention. The top of the heap has no separation — there’s no ’07 Patriots or ’09 Colts and Saints running towards destiny. Instead, a bunch of flawed contenders trade big wins with shocking losses. The Philadelphia Eagles exemplify this schizophrenic season, although some of this has to be pinned on their quarterback exchange. With Michael Vick back behind center this week and DeSean Jackson back running all over the field, the Eagles took out Peyton and the Colts. The game wasn’t without controversy as Peyton floated one over the middle for Austin Collie in the second half, leading to this devastating hit and fumble: Of course in an effort to go along with Roger Goodell and the No Fun League’s paternalistic crackdown on defensive hits, Philly was assessed a 15 yard penalty. Yes, this hit was brutal and Collie probably lost a year off his life because of it, but the rules are the rules. You can’t throw flags and fine people hard earned cash just because the result looks ugly. Elsewhere in the NFC, the Giants and Saints took big steps back towards the Super Bowl with road blowout wins. Eli Manning and Hakeem Nicks ended Seattle’s hopes to be taken seriously by putting up 40 points on the West Coast. The Saints meanwhile had an even easier time of it against the hapless Panthers, as the Saints D held the Panthers to under 100 yards passing. Of course, New Orleans still has to navigate the NFC South, where they find themselves a game and a half behind the Falcons. Atlanta beat a frisky Tampa team in the Georgia dome thanks to a 100 yard game from a rejuvenated Michael Turner. After proclamations of greatness, I guess coach Raheem Morris will have to settle with the Bucs being the third best team in the division.

Albert Haynesworth

The 2010 NFL Season: 12 Things To Watch

By TSSCrew | 38 Comments

There's nothing better than the start of a new NFL season.

Brandon Marshall

Your Week 17 NFL Recap

By TSSCrew | 11 Comments

Week 17 is the playoffs before the playoffs for some teams and a minor nuisance before a six month vacation for most.

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