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BlueBlitzer
06-29-2012, 11:09 AM
T - Johnny Culbreath Jan. 23 marijuana

RB - Mikel Leshore Feb 18 marijuana

RB - Mikel Leshore MAR 12 marijuana

DT - Nick Farley Apr 3 marijuana

DT - Nick Farley May 27 DUI

CB - Aaron Berry June 23 DUI

shockeyg
06-29-2012, 11:19 AM
T - Johnny culbreath Jan. 23 marijuana RB - Mikel Leshore Feb 18 marijuana RB - Mikel Leshore MAR 12 marijuana DT - Nick Farley Apr 3 marijuana DT - Nick Farley May 27 DUI CB - Aaron Berry June 23 DUI Leshore really needs to pay a friend to hold his trees . Come on man.

gmen0820
06-29-2012, 01:39 PM
LeShoure is gonna be such a bust with that achilles + character issue.

Drez
06-29-2012, 11:05 PM
Considering we just had our own guy that got busted for DUI, I don't think we're in any position to make fun of others about it.

the_fish62
06-30-2012, 12:01 AM
Yeah we can..... It's easy.

Bread
06-30-2012, 12:08 AM
Didn't you guys know that in order to live in Detroit, you have to have a criminal record. ;)

BlueBlitzer
06-30-2012, 02:25 AM
Considering we just had our own guy that got busted for DUI, I don't think we're in any position to make fun of others about it.


Uh yeah, our 10 year vet, who helped us win 2 SBs, a leader on and off the field, gives to charitys, upstanding member of the community. Him I can give a pass on. The Jagoffs I'm talking about have barely been in the league.

redbeardxxv
06-30-2012, 04:09 AM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.

IamGiantsfan
06-30-2012, 11:50 AM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

JPP
06-30-2012, 12:17 PM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

This is the smack talk section right?

buffyblue
06-30-2012, 12:22 PM
DUI is never right and hopefully those young ones in Detroit are as ashamed and repentant of their actions as our David Diehl appears to be.

I hope those young rookies get their act together and don't mess up their careers. Thank God pur own Davin Tyree was able to turn his life around after his mistake.

I think right now as an organization we are the most upstanding I can remember. That is why I think David Diehl's DUI was taken so seriously and immediately addressed by NY Giants.

buffyblue
06-30-2012, 12:28 PM
Also just because David Diehl got busted for DUI that night doesn't neccessarily mean it waa the first time he has driven drunk.

IamGiantsfan
06-30-2012, 12:51 PM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

This is the smack talk section right?
What I can't argue for the lions fans that aren't here?

FBomb
06-30-2012, 01:40 PM
The DUI is one thing......but these guys, with all that money, don't know how to beat a drug test?

the_fish62
06-30-2012, 01:44 PM
One DUI to the Lions how many offenses? get the F out here with that crap bro.

redbeardxxv
06-30-2012, 02:38 PM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

Let me try to be more clear. DD has shown himself to be an upstanding, responsible citizen for more than a decade. He has a proven track record that shows this DUI was an isolated incident.
The Lions players involved in DUI's, possession, reckless driving, etc. have a track record of .....well, this is their track record. They have created NOTHING to look back at and judge them against. Yes, they are young kids who think they can do whatever they want because they're rich, big time NFL players. They are kids-it's a natural progression of thought for some. I didn't say they were bad guys. I never called them Thugs or denigrated them in any fashion. They're just kids who have just gotten million dollar contracts and have a bevy of people telling them how great they are. They need to step back and understand that they are not untouchable, and they need to create a history upon which to be judged.
DD's DUI is not acceptable, nor do I condone his behavior, but I can call it a mistake. His history shows who he is not. These Lions players haven't proven anything yet.

buffyblue
06-30-2012, 02:51 PM
One DUI to the Lions how many offenses? get the F out here with that crap bro.


Folks are actually going to argue which team has more guys with DUIs?

buffyblue
06-30-2012, 02:51 PM
Double post......

the_fish62
06-30-2012, 06:58 PM
One DUI to the Lions how many offenses? get the F out here with that crap bro.


Folks are actually going to argue which team has more guys with DUIs?

Stuffs slow bro

JPP
06-30-2012, 07:38 PM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

This is the smack talk section right?
What I can't argue for the lions fans that aren't here?

No that is fine but you were ragging on him about his knowledge of the players, which you have no idea how much insight he may or may not have, and for "judging" them when in reality if we gave everybody their dues, so to speak, then there wouldn't even be a smack talk section.

Your point about Diehl is good but he still had 10 years of not being disruptive to the team and now he has made a mistake. These rookies we can't even say made a one time mistake because they all have multiple issues and they are only a year into their careers, it is a much different situation.

Edit: I guess everybody already got to you. lol

IamGiantsfan
07-01-2012, 11:15 AM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

Let me try to be more clear. DD has shown himself to be an upstanding, responsible citizen for more than a decade. He has a proven track record that shows this DUI was an isolated incident.
The Lions players involved in DUI's, possession, reckless driving, etc. have a track record of .....well, this is their track record. They have created NOTHING to look back at and judge them against. Yes, they are young kids who think they can do whatever they want because they're rich, big time NFL players. They are kids-it's a natural progression of thought for some. I didn't say they were bad guys. I never called them Thugs or denigrated them in any fashion. They're just kids who have just gotten million dollar contracts and have a bevy of people telling them how great they are. They need to step back and understand that they are not untouchable, and they need to create a history upon which to be judged.
DD's DUI is not acceptable, nor do I condone his behavior, but I can call it a mistake. His history shows who he is not. These Lions players haven't proven anything yet.

buffyblue
07-01-2012, 11:21 AM
Agreed, everyone makes mistakes. His was after 10 years of good conduct. These guys are just kids who feel like they can get away with anything. I hope Detroit can get their **** together. I feel bad for the fans. Keep in mind, there are lifelong Lions fans that have never even seen a SB. We're spoiled, we've seen 4 wins and a loss. (That DEVASTATED us)Lions fans would be thrilled with a loss.
I guess it's okay for me to steal something after being a good citizen for 10 years. He has been in the league for a while and should have known he could have gotten suspended, and/or hurt someone.

And nice that you're judging 'kids' without even meeting him, to a completely different standard to our player. Everyone makes mistakes, but if you're a rookie, then its bad, but if you're a 10 year vet that plays for the giants, it's okay.

This is the smack talk section right?
What I can't argue for the lions fans that aren't here?

No that is fine but you were ragging on him about his knowledge of the players, which you have no idea how much insight he may or may not have, and for "judging" them when in reality if we gave everybody their dues, so to speak, then there wouldn't even be a smack talk section.

Your point about Diehl is good but he still had 10 years of not being disruptive to the team and now he has made a mistake. These rookies we can't even say made a one time mistake because they all have multiple issues and they are only a year into their careers, it is a much different situation.

Edit: I guess everybody already got to you. lol

The flip side to that is that those players in Detroit are young and stupid and double D should know better.

MikeIsaGiant
07-02-2012, 10:59 AM
Welcome to Detroit City