Hours before Detroit’s Justin Verlander came within two outs of no-hitting the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Tigers received a visitor. Calvin Johnson stopped by to participate in batting practice. During the session, Megatron smoked a ball over the left field wall.
Calvin Johnson defeated Cam Newton in the Madden ’13 competition and will grace the cover of the popular sports franchise when the video game is released this summer. The field of 64 tournament culminated with Johnson squeaking past the Carolina Panther quarterback in a fan vote, 52%-48%.
Incredibly, the NFL lockout seems like 30 years ago and the postseason is here. This marks the beginning of our postseason preview. The first stop is in Motown.
Ndamukong Suh’s Thanksgiving Day mishap recalls one of the most notorious plays during the modern NFL era. Following their win in Super Bowl XX, the Chicago Bears returned in 1986 as a menacing outfit once again.
Ndamukong Suh received a two-game suspension on Tuesday from NFL boss Roger Goodell after his Thanksgiving Day stomp of Green Bay’s Evan Dietrich-Smith. Some drew a parallel between Suh’s move and Albert Haynesworth’s stomp of then-Cowboys offensive lineman Andre Gurode back in 2006.
Detroit’s bid to end Green Bay’s undefeated run turned sour during their 27-15 loss to the Packers on Thanksgiving Day. During the third quarter, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was ejected after he stomped Green Bay offensive lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith. Prior to the kick, Suh pushed Dietrich-Smith’s head […]
The “Tebowing” phenomenon that is sweeping the nation got another boost on Sunday when Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch sacked Tim Tebow during the first half of Denver’s meeting with Detroit. After the sack, Tulloch went to work. Surely, he will not be the last defender to do this. […]
The man nearly ripping off Matt Ryan’s head in this picture is Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. The monstrous Suh didn’t win many friends on the Falcons sideline during Atlanta’s 23-16 win on Sunday after Ryan suffered an ankle injury during the second half. According to the […]
One week after “The Handshake”, the Falcons and Lions got together to discuss different ways to make apple pies; what a prospective Jim Schwartz/Mike Smith fight would look like; the best ways to diversify a stock portfolio; and which city has more attractive ladies. Enjoy the game!
The handshake heard ’round the world is the talk of the NFL these days. Jim Harbaugh said he shook Jim Schwartz’s hand too hard after San Francisco’s 25-19 win; while Schwartz claimed that Harbaugh cursed at him after shaking his hand.