DENVER (AP) - Ndamukong Suh has cultivated a reputation for intimidating quarterbacks. So much so that Tim Tebow will be constantly glancing to his right Sunday, just to see exactly where the big, burly Detroit Lions defensive lineman might be.
The Broncos quarterback doesn’t plan on losing sight of Suh for a second. Forgive Tebow if he’s a little paranoid, forgive any QB for that matter – Suh has simply become that threatening.
The love-him-or-hate-him Tebow rallied the Broncos to a late win over Miami last week after playing miserably for most of the game.
He’s facing a wounded Lions team that’s dropped two in a row after a splashy 5-0 start. The Detroit defense, led by Ndamukong Suh will look to limit, or at least punish, Tebow on any of his frequent running forays.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has been limited in practice this week due to a right ankle injury.
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