Lions say WR Titus Young may 'potentially' not play again this season
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Lions say WR Titus Young may 'potentially' not play again this season

Lions wide receiver Titus Young @TitusYoung was suspended for Week 12 due to multiple incidents that have been basically grouped together and labelled as conduct detrimental to the team. He has already been moved beneath Ryan Broyles @RyanBroyles on the positional depth chart, and there's a chance that Young won't play at all over the final five weeks. Head coach Jim Schwartz said Tuesday that Young is still not with the team following his suspension and when asked if Young may not play again this season, Schwartz responded, "Potentially."

Fantasy Analysis:

Young has no one to blame but himself. He was given a golden opportunity to show that he deserves to be the team's No. 2 WR, but he complained, whined and moped that chance away. Broyles looked fantastic against the Texans on Thanksgiving, catching six passes for 126 yards on 11 targets. He should be added in all leagues with special attention given in PPR leagues. The Lions still have the Colts, Packers and Cardinals on their schedule, good matchups for pass-first offenses.

Source:
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2 Comments | Add Yours

Suh can stomp on a opposing player, kick another player in the groin, etc..... plus several run ins with the law and he gets to keep playing while Young is benched and suspended for doing things not even close to the severity of Suh

Dont get it..No wonder the Lions stink as an organization.

Posted by:
DrugAbusingWhiners 11/28/12 11:18 AM

grab broyles and start him. he will be a ppr stud rest of season with megatron drawing double coverage and t. young on the bench or at home.

Posted by:
carper801 11/28/12 12:16 PM

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