In March long-lasting Green Bay Packers hostile lineman T.J. Lang marked a three-year contract with the division match Detroit Lions. Presently he’s sharing his contemplations about previous Lions cautious handle Ndamukong Suh, and they are unquestionably fascinating.
Lang showed up on PFT Commenter’s “Acquit My Take” podcast this week alongside kindred Lions hostile linemen Travis Swanson and Graham Glasgow. At the point when asked how he enjoyed going toe-to-toe against Ndamukong Suh two times each year, Lang gave an exceptionally real to life reply.
“I detested it,” Lang said. “I never played against a more strict sociopath in my life. He was a weirdo.”
After a concise talk of the time Suh stepped on Evan Dietrich-Smith’s arm, and the time he stepped on Aaron Rodgers’ leg, and his general affection for stepping, by and large, PFT Commenter inquired as to whether Suh played like a maniac practically speaking. Furthermore, however, we don’t know who gave it, the appropriate response was yes.
“It was appalling,” one of Suh’s previous partners then says. “It was loathsome.”
Click here to have a tune in for yourself. The dialog of Ndamukong Suh begins at 44:25.
Gracious, and on the off chance that you were pondering, no, the Miami Dolphins don’t play the Detroit Lions this year.