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Talk about being a stat monster. Busted three times in one week has got to be some sort of NFL record. Last Sunday, the former Lions receiver was pulled over and slapped with a DUI. Strike one. Then he was caught climbing a fence at the impound lot where his black Mustang was being held. Strike two. Friday, he was caught breaking into a home in San Clemente, CA, and fled on foot. Strike three.
Titus Young Arrested Twice Within 15 Hours. Guess Who Will Be On The Cover Of The Lions’ Calendar For The Next Six Months?
Ex-Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young was arrested for suspected DUI, released, and arrested again, all in the same day — the second time for trying to steal his car from the towing company impound lot. And say, guess who’s picture will be on the cover of the Lions’ team calendar for the next six months? (Awkward).
You know about Havard Rugland — the Norwegian dude who became famous on YouTube by kicking footballs from the beach into the ocean. Oh, and also through some goalposts from rather difficult distances. The video has more than 2.7 million views since he uploaded it in Sept., and now the Lions have signed him to compete with David Akers. By Thor’s hammer, let the competition begin!
Wes Welker knows how to pick his Hall of Fame quarterbacks: the former New England Patriot cornerstone inked a 2-year deal with the Denver Broncos for $12 million yesterday. And he wasn’t the only prominent offensive player to switch teams: Reggie Bush agreed to a deal with the Dolphins. After the jump, what this all means from a fantasy perspective.
Welcome to another edition of “What Happened Last Night?” You know the deal by now. And if you don’t, we’re sure you’ll figure it out. You’re smart. Here goes.
Andrew Luck is just a rookie, but he’s already making plays of legend like a seasoned veteran. He made one such play today against the Detroit Lions, leading the Indianapolis Colts back from nine down in the last three minutes to score the game-winning touchdown with no time left on the clock.
“He Wants To be An A–hole, Let Him Be An A–hole:” Dominic Raiola And Titus Young Are Not Best Friends
Two weeks ago against the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young sabotaged his own team by intentionally lining up in the wrong spot on the field and getting in a shouting match with his wide receivers coach. Last week, Young was deactivated for the game on Thanksgiving against the Houston Texans.
Titus Young Was Benched Against The Texans Because He Sabotaged Plays Against The Packers The Week Before
Titus Young is no stranger to controversy in his brief two-year NFL career. Namely, this, this and this. Last week on Thanksgiving, Young sat out the game against the Houston Texans due an unspecified incident or violation, or something. News of what that infraction was, however, was unknown until today. And oh, how so funny and/or depressing it is.
An Exercise In Futility: The Travesty That Is The NFL’s Response To The Jim Schwartz Challenge Dilemma (UPDATE)
There was a controversial play in yesterday’s Texans-Lions game, one that ultimately altered the trajectory of the game and affected its nail-biting outcome. When Houston running back Justin Forsett took a handoff up the middle and was seemingly tackled for after an eight-yard gain, everyone thought the play was over. Except for Forsett, that is, so he scampered to the end zone for an 81-yard score.